Zero Density Brings Next-Gen Virtual Studio And AR/XR Demos To IBC
Zero Density will give showgoers a sneak peek into new products at this year’s IBC show. This includes previews of RealityHub 1.4 – a universal control UI that lets broadcasters control virtual studios from a web browser – and Reality 5, real-time virtual studio and AR/XR platform based on Unreal Engine 5.
The Zero Density booth will feature a 5 x 6 x 3 meter green screen cyclorama and a 5 x 3 meter LED virtual production stage, so that anyone can get hands-on with the same Zero Density solutions used by Fox Sports, BBC, and The Weather Channel.
Throughout the show, Zero Density’s technical experts will deliver demos every half hour on both the cyclorama and LED stage, demonstrating their groundbreaking virtual studio, augmented reality and XR virtual production capabilities. The demos will utilize an end-to-end 4K ST2110 IP workflow.
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