Brainstorm to exhibit virtual production’s new features while celebrating its 30th anniversary at Broadcast India
The spanish company with global reach, Brainstorm, is introducing at Broadcast India (Mumbay, October from 8th to 10th) new features that take virtual production to the next level, according to the company, using the latest NVIDIA ADA GPU technology
Brainstorm, manufacturer of real-time 3D graphics and virtual studio solutions, is celebrating its 30 years in the industry while exhibiting its solutions at Broadcast India 2023. The company will be presenting the most recent developments of its product range, showcasing the latest versions of its InfinitySet and Aston flagship products that include new features and solutions.
In adition, Brainstorm will demonstrate the new Edison ecosystem, the company’s solution for immersive live presentations, which is purpose-built as a simple-to-use virtual studio in a box.
The main booth demo featuring InfinitySet will display photorealistic augmented and mixed reality content in a highly visually and engaging presentation, according to the company. Based in a green screen environment, the demonstration features real-time in-context AR motion graphics, fully immersive talent TeleTransportation, multi-background content and more, Brainstorm says.
As company claims, this solution is fully compatible with Unreal Engine 5 (UE5) Vanilla, InfinitySet now includes integration of its own created objects, or those of Aston, within the UE environment and vice-versa. These include shadows, reflections, and AR with Unreal Engine, providing flexibility for content creation. All these new features are possible thanks to the latest ADA 6000 GPU technology from NVIDIA.
The on-booth Aston demonstration will also show how multi-channel graphics can easily and transparently be part of any program content, and Brainstorm will be showcasing too the Edison ecosystem. Built around Edison PRO, it is a solution that transforms any live or online presentation into an immersive experience by using AR and virtual environments.