disguise brings its Los Angeles extended reality stage to life with new capabilities

The platform for Extended Reality (xR) production has improved their xR stage at their own Los Angeles office. The space is equipped with the technology to satisfice the growing demand for xR workflow in virtual production and broadcast in the West Coast area.

“The disguise LA xR stage has been invaluable to us as we pitch to our clients and evaluate workflow options. Because xR stages are generally costly and hard to come by, the flexibility and versatility of the disguise LA xR stage makes it invaluable to us for testing and exploring use cases across a range of projects and growing list of industry opportunities“, says Steve Richards, Principal at Original Syndicate and long-time disguise customer.

The equipment that the new stage contains is: disguise rx render nodes driving uncompressed real-time scenes from Unreal Engine or other leading render engines; disguise vx media servers; ROE Visual Black Onyx 2.8mm LED wall and Black Marble 4.8mm floor; Red Komodo and Blackmagic URSA cameras; Stype RedSpy, Ncam, and Mo-Sys StarTracker camera tracking systems; BlackTrax tracking and lighting products from Litegear and Arri.

The stage also doubles as an R&D centre and support resource for the community. There is a space for the disguise technical solutions team to run xR demonstrations for clients around the world. And, also an event space where various educational talks have been hosted. The new stage will also enhance disguise’s permanent xR setup in LA with better local knowledge and 24hr global support to better serve customers in the region.

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