Zero Density Brings New Virtual Graphics Solutions To IBC

Zero Density is giving showgoers a sneak peek at the future of virtual graphics during this year’s IBC. Visitors to Zero Density’s booth will be the first to see major updates to its Traxis tracking platform and get hands-on with the new Reality5 virtual production platform.

Zero Density will host dynamic demos on both a virtual set and an XR stage, replicating a genuine multicam TV production. This immersive experience has been created in close collaboration with partners KST Moschkau, Viaplay Group, Leyard, Optitrack and Avid.

Featuring a three-camera virtual studio and a two-camera LED XR stage, the demos will seamlessly blend the physical and virtual worlds. Audiences will see the highest-quality virtual production graphics and get inspiration for swift and efficient workflows.

Zero Density Booth Highlights:

  • The Power of Automation and Robotics.  Delve into the world of advanced integration and robotics with Zero Density’s strategic partner, KST Moschkau.
  • Multicam Productions.  Witness a fusion of Leyard's display technology, Viaplay Group’s state-of-the-art virtual studio and Zero Density’s unrivaled quality. This trio promises unparalleled storytelling magic.
  • Camera Tracking Reinvented.  Introducing Traxis Camera Tracking by Zero Density. Experience unmatched accuracy and stability in virtual production, perfectly complemented by the Optitrack motion capture platform.
  • One Hub to Control It All.  This year, Zero Density spotlights the integration of Avid’s iNews with RealityHub, offering seamless control over virtual production, on-air graphics and LED wall content.

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