Brainstorm to Showcase the Latest Version of InfinitySet at the 2017 NAB Show

Brainstorm is showcasing the latest versions of the company’s range of products from virtual sets with augmented reality, through to real-time 3D graphics, multi-purpose playouts and news graphics.

InfinitySet will be the main attraction, enhanced by a 20x20 foot green screen theatre with presentations every 20 minutes. Brainstorm will be demonstrating the magic of InfinitySet and its capability of creating virtual environments with never-been-seen before levels of realism. TeleTransporter, Brainstorm’s revolutionary ‘virtual traveler’ functionality gives users the unique ability to perform real-time insertions of live characters in a live event happening at a remote location. InfinitySet’s 3D Presenter generates a true 3D representation of the live presenter and can now cast virtual shadows and reflections over other real and 3D objects within the virtual environment

Aston 3D, Brainstorm’s cutting-edge real-time 3D graphics system, which supports graphics creation in addition to CG and playout, continues to evolve with the release of version 1.4.2. Aston 3D is available in three configurations; Aston 3D, Aston 3D Lite and Aston 2D. This latest release includes several new developments to enhance the CG and playout capabilities of the Aston range, as well as providing compatibility with a dedicated keyboard for CG operation. Aston 3D has now evolved into a family of products, from inexpensive 2D graphics template building to full creation, edit and playout of complete CG and graphics projects.

Other products to be highlighted include Brainstorm’s flagship product, the eStudio, the industry's fastest real-time 3D render engine. Brainstorm will demonstrate eStudio’s capabilities to provide all encompassing real-time 3D environments.

Also showing will be BrainNews, a sophisticated MOS-compatible on-air graphics control system that enables News departments to access and integrate Brainstorm’s 3D graphics into their workflow without the need for continuous input from the graphics department.

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