SGO Will reveal Mistika 3D feature-sets, VR Mode and VR Device Connections

At NAB 2016, SGO’s Mistika will be the frontier of Virtual Reality, equipping professionals with innovative and accessible virtual toolsets and workflows.

Showcasing its insanely powerful HDR-HFR-VR-capable Mistika colour-finishing post system, other key highlights include features to support VR project finishing, revolutionary new colour grading tools for HDR, all new keying functions, as well as a new, totally flexible conform system to make Mistika invaluable as the centre-piece for all project workflows. 

In addition, SGO will partner with Canon to display the latest advancements in UHD technology. Mistika will be shown at the helm of a dynamic end-to-end HDR-4K colour-grading pipeline demonstration on Canon's Booth.

Already championed by leading companies globally, including L.A.-based Bad Robot, to work on major-league projects such as Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, Mistika is the industry's most powerful performance-leading post solution, enabling integration between colour grading, depth grading, visual effects, conforming and editing, reliably handling any project at high-speed in real-time in all resolutions including 8K for broadcast, film and commercials.

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