For the television viewer, no production technology has advanced as significantly, and improved the viewing experience more profoundly, than live graphics. Helpful information that once was displayed as simple text and titles has become a whirlwind of motion effects, 3D elements and augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) images that bring new life to a news or entertainment show, increase audience retention and boost ratings. We’re seeing new and better graphics with literally every major broadcast, and that’s changing the audience expectation for everything that follows.
EVS is presenting its raft of live production capabilities to BroadcastAsia attendees. This includes the DYVI live video switcher and the XT4K, the firm’s UHD live production server.
Brainstorm’s InfinitySet 3 technology seamlessly combines 3D virtual graphics with real on-screen talent to take you where no news or sports set has gone before.
The Broadcast Bridge spoke with James Eddershaw, new appointed managing director of Shotoku UK to hear the latest products and people news from the robotics and camera support manufacturer. Eddershaw has recently been appointed Managing Director of Shotoku UK, replacing Mike Wolfe, a founder of Shotoku UK, who is assuming the position of Chairman. Eddershaw talked about the robotics market, the resurgence of virtual studios, and introduced some new products.
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.
The industry’s first affordable end-to-end 4K IP video production system has 16 inputs and output resolutions up to 2160p60 with no compromises, and it comes from NewTek.