Vizrt Sells Its Extended Reality Solutions With Flexible Access

Vizrt XR is one of five software Solution Suites made available through the firm’s Flexible Access marketplace.

Vizrt XR provides a range of capabilities allowing broadcasters to extend the visualization of their stories to tell them better. Video or virtual studio walls and floors as well as the pitch and stands within sports arenas or any other outdoor environment become blank canvasses allowing for interaction between presenters and graphics objects on scales ranging from finely detailed to gargantuan.

Daniel Nergard, President of Vizrt, said, “To compete in the modern media marketplace, you need to engage the audience with spectacular visuals. By any measurement, Vizrt XR contains the most powerful visual storytelling tools ever designed, setting the storyteller free from the boundaries of the physical world. We’re making it easier to run immersive, extended reality shows so storytellers can unleash their boundless creativity with speed, efficiency, and high quality to delight fans and viewers alike.”

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