Brainstorm, leading manufacturer of real-time 3D graphics and virtual studio solutions, will be exhibiting at BroadcastAsia 2018, booth 4P-01, showing the latest enhancements for high-end and hyper-realistic content creation using virtual sets, Augmented Reality and data-driven graphics. The company will showcase a photorealistic virtual set presentation for Augmented Reality and broadcast applications, where the synthetic images will be undistinguished from the real ones. It will be so because of the combination of the Brainstorm eStudio renderer with the Epic Games Unreal Engine with the new Combined Render Engine application. Aston will also be an integral part of the public demo as it delivers the in-context data-driven graphics which adds yet another level of visually engaging content within the virtual studio environment.
Brainstorm’s InfinitySet provides state-of-the-art Augmented Reality features used daily by broadcasters all over the world to create astonishing shows using virtual sets and graphics. Technologies like TrackFree™ or unique features such as TeleTransporter, 3D Presenter or VideoGate are helping customers of all sizes to create amazing virtual content to better engage audiences, as shown recently at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang,
Aston itself showcases advanced graphics creation tools and object properties, including advanced primitives, textures, materials, shaders and many more, and features a user-friendly, contextual interface that speeds up and facilitate the designer’s operation. Consequently, Aston is able to perform at its best in any graphics application, from channel branding to news and sports graphics with charts, classifications or bumpers, and from data-driven statistics to augmented reality interactive objects.
To complete the graphics range, and for the first time at BroadcastAsia, Brainstorm will showcase Neuron, Brainstorm’s pathway to broadcast graphics, traffic and branding management solution. Neuron is an integrated, MOS-compatible template-based system that allows for complex graphics integration not only in the newsroom, but also in most of the common broadcast workflows with the support of continuity and broadcast traffic as well.
David Alexander, Brainstorm’s Commercial Director, says “we are delighted to be once again at BroadcastAsia, and with an increase in the size of our booth space as well. Asia in general is of upmost importance in Brainstorm’s commercial strategy and our commitment to the region is proven once again with our presence at BroadcastAsia along with other events such as the Asia Reseller Meeting in Vietnam back in March and many others to come as we continue to expand our presence in the area in tandem with the growth in the number of regionally based Brainstorm personnel.”