SmartPed addresses the creative and commercial demands of on-air environments with a cost-efficient and high-performance solution, and can now travel in clockwise and counterclockwise movements around circular sets, a growing design element in today’s broadcast studios.
The studio’s design is intended to take viewers as close to the racecourse action as possible. The new studio will work as a hub by bringing in all of Racing TV’s race-day feeds, with reporters at every course, creating a ‘watch together’ racing community experience.
Shotoku Broadcast Systems has announced a smart new feature for its TR-XT control system. AutoFrame adds intelligent automatic face tracking to the TR-XT control system – the centrepiece of the Company’s robotic platform and the choice of broadcast facilities all around the world.
Shotoku USA will launch the next phase in technical and operational developments for robotic control systems at NAB. The company will demonstrate advancements that incorporate an IP interface into its SmartPed robotic pedestal and a self-contained and easy to connect pan/tilt head.
An update to Ninja V includes the option for H.265 codec upgrade. Meanwhile, Ninja V+ - is built for Apple ProRes RAW 8K productions, and Ninja Stream - 4Kp60 HDR for a high-quality social distancing production environment.