Free AR Graphics From Arti

To help news media continue to deliver programming from home or outside a traditional studio, Arti is offering a free package of augmented reality graphics for integration into video content using the Arti platform.

“We want to help broadcasters continue to inform audiences with engaging AR video content, and we’re in a unique position to make that possible outside a traditional studio,” said Yaron Zakai-Or, Arti Co-founder & CEO. “Since accurate information is vital as we continue to fight this terrible virus, we want to make it as easy as possible for content producers—who are working under extraordinary circumstances—to deliver engaging, factual Coronavirus information that will encourage viewers to take the necessary actions to flatten the curve and keep all of us safer.”

Arti says that unlike traditional AR solutions that require on-premise hardware and were designed to be used by dedicated AR design teams in a studio, it is a software-only, cloud-based AR platform that can be used anywhere. With Arti, all you need is a camera, a laptop, and an internet connection to create engaging AR videos that can include embedded 2D and 3D objects, Twitter feeds, web browsers, and more.

The Arti AR graphics package includes a customizable timeline of infections by country—with dynamic data, 3D models of the virus, ventilators, masks, and other medical equipment, as well as a selection of AR over the shoulder graphics that can be embedded into a video. 

You might also like...

HDR: Part 32 - Creative Technology - Film Scanning

The film and TV business is a prominent producer of things that were once very expensive, but which have become much more affordable as developments overtook them. That’s never clearer than when browsing everyone’s favorite auction website, which has…

HDR : Part 31 - Creative Technology - Stills Lens

Still photo lenses find their way into film and TV work via many different routes and for many different reasons. It’s happened so much that the prices on some popular options have risen precipitously in recent years. Are there s…

MLB “Field Of Dreams” Telecast Makes For Corny TV

Though mostly a publicity stunt, Major League Baseball’s Field of Dreams Game live telecast on August 12th proved to be a hit for everyone involved—including the Fox Sports team and production company Game Creek Video—tasked with putting it …

Creative Analysis: Part 23 - Christian Rousseau On No Loss, No Gain

Filmmaking is not usually a weekend pursuit, but a sufficiently clever script can make a wide-ranging story happen in a very contained space.

HDR: Part 30 - Creative Technology - A Thousand Ways To Shoot

For most of its history, film and TV work has, by any sane measure, been incredibly complicated. Photochemical film was a nightmare of precision engineering and process control. Digital alternatives, intended to make things cheaper and simpler, involve some of…