The graphics solutions from Zero Density go hardware with RE Ampere
Zero Density has recently announced that its first hardware solution for virtual sets and broadcast graphics is available. The RE Ampere features NVIDIA RTX A6000 GPU and AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro CPU and is prepared to process UHD graphics in real-time at 60fps.
The company assures that each of these hardware solutions “can double the rendering performances of real-time graphics”. Other benefits that the RE Ampere holds are: it brings access to AI-driven processing power and a deep learning neural network, performs better reflections and refractions with NVIDIA ray-tracing cores, GPU-driven processing and a PCIe Gen4 bus can help deliver multi-camera renders and the company commits to offer dedicated support to every costumer.
“Real-time graphics can be revolutionary, but they also come with a lot of questions. After years helping clients like Eurosport, The Weather Channel and RTL use immersive virtual graphics to tell their stories, we’ve heard one come up more than most: What hardware can I use?’” says Kuban Altan, co-founder and vice president of R&D at Zero Density. “With RE Ampere, broadcasters never have to wonder again. Everything they need to create high-performance real-time graphics is now in a simple plug-and-play box.”