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Mo-Sys launch StarTracker - hands off camera tracking system for green screen production at BSC Expo 2017 Posted: 23/01/2017

Mo-Sys Engineering, designer and manufacturer of innovative camera technology products for the film and broadcast industries will launch StarTracker hands off camera tracking system for green screen production at BSC Expo 2017

Tags: Mo-Sys | StarTracker | camera tracking | green scree | L40 remote head | B20 remote head | Motionbuilder | BSC Expo 2017 | BSC Expo | virtual sets | pre visualisation
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Upgrade your Jimmy Jib with a Mo-Sys B20 remote head product launch at NAB 2016 Posted: 01/04/2016

Mo-Sys Engineering will showcase their B20 remote head integrated with a Jimmy Jib at NAB 2016, bringing Hollywood-grade precision to the broadcast industry workhorse.

Tags: M0-Sys | Jimmy Jib | B20 head | remote head | NAB | NAB 2016 | broadcast industry | sport broadcast.sports broadcast | virtual sets | camera robotics | camera tracking
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Mo-Sys will focus on robotics in 2016, launching the new ViaRail dolly at NAB Posted: 01/04/2016

Bringing robotics expertise directly from the set of Gravity, Mo-Sys Engineering will showcase a range of robotic camera systems at NAB 2016.

Tags: M0-Sys | robotics | Gravity | ViaRail | dolly | virtual sets | NAB | NAB 2016 | camera robotics | travelling rail systems | augmented reality | virtual reality
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Mo-Sys StarTracker goes hand-held at NAB 2016 Posted: 31/03/2016

Mo-Sys Engineering will present a new hand-held version of their pioneering camera tracking system, StarTracker, at NAB 2016.

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Broadcast Pix Releases Version 5.0 Software Posted: 28/01/2016

Broadcast Pix today announced the availability of its Version 5.0 software for its Granite¢ and Mica¢ integrated production switchers. The software debuts the new Virtual Studios high-end virtual set platform, adds expanded support for third-party IP-based cameras and streaming appliances, and includes the ability to correct content issues with Source Controls in real time.

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Broadcast Pix Announces Partnership with Virtualsetworks to Offer High Quality Virtual Sets Posted: 18/03/2014

Broadcast Pix today announced a technology partnership with Virtualsetworks, which offers an extensive library of virtual sets. Through the partnership, customers will be able to search the companys catalog from the Broadcast Pix Web site. Broadcast Pix will showcase several Virtualsetworks virtual sets during the 2014 NAB Show (Booth SL6325), which runs April 7-10 in Las Vegas, Nev.

As part of the Fluent integrated toolset, all Broadcast Pix integrated production switchers include virtual set chromakey technology that works with green screen or blue screen backgrounds. Systems ship with a number of preloaded virtual sets, as well as a virtual set editor that allows users to create a virtual set using any picture. Virtualsetworks offers a variety of affordable themed virtual sets, including news, sports, game shows, courtrooms, living spaces and more. Virtual sets can be purchased individually or in collections, and custom set design is also available.

The need for high quality virtual set solutions is a must have for our customers, and Virtualsetworks is a great fit, said Steve Ellis, general manager, Broadcast Pix. With this technology partnership, our customers have easy access to a broader array of virtual sets and post-production applications.

Our company has a wide variety of very high quality virtual sets, added Eric Pratt, president of Virtualsetworks, and I believe they are a perfect companion to Broadcast Pixs amazing product lineup.

Tags: Broadcast Pix | Virtualsetworks | virtual sets | production switchers | integrated production | NAB Show | chromakey | green screen | NAB 2014 | NAB 2014
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CBC Germany chooses Vizrt for live graphics and virtual sets Posted: 19/08/2013

CBC Cologne Broadcasting Center, part of Media Group RTL Germany, has elected to switch its existing live graphics systems to Vizrt. The transition, which will be phased in starting August 2013, includes new Viz Trio live 3D graphics systems Viz Content Pilot template-based graphics system and Viz Virtual Studio systems for live, immersive 3D virtual sets.

Tags: CBC Cologne | Viz Trio | 3D | graphics | virtual sets | Vizrt | post production | broadcasting
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TSD Video to Represent Hybrids Virtual Studio and Robotic Camera Solutions in Canada Posted: 14/05/2013

Hybrid, a leading provider of real-time graphics and robotic camera systems, has entered into a dealer agreement with TSD Videoa leading systems integrator/reseller with offices in Montreal, Toronto, and Nova Scotiato market Hybrid virtual studios and robotic camera products throughout Canada. The two companies signed the deal during the 2013 NAB Show last month in Las Vegas.

Tags: Hybrid | robotic camera | cameras | virtual studio | virtual sets | Canadian business | TSD video | systems integration
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New Dealership Agreement for Hybrid in the Middle East Posted: 06/05/2013

Hybrid, a leading provider of real-time graphics and robotic camera systems, is announcing a dealership agreement with Media Group International (MGI), www.mgi.tv, a leading systems integrator in the Middle East.  Under the agreement, MGI will sell and support Hybrids virtual studio and robotic camera products in the region.

With offices in Qatar, UAE, Oman, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, MGI (formerly known as Salam Media Cast), has served the Gulf region for over 35 years. Within the past year, MGI has entered into several notable partnerships to help diversify its business. MGI recently signed a deal with HoloVis International, developers of advanced 2D and 3D immersive systems, as well as recent agreements with VidiGo, Visual Unity and never.no.

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Vizrt Wins ACE Award for Best Large Island Booth at NAB 2013 Posted: 25/04/2013

Vizrt Ltd. is proud to have won the ACE Award for Best Large Island Booth from NAB Show. The ACE (Awesome Cool Exhibits) award was announced Wednesday, April 10th during the NAB show.

The criteria for the award is a combination of creativity, overall structure, effectiveness how well the booth draws in and engages visitors and a peer review by other exhibitors. The judges also include representatives from Freeman, NAB and the NAB Exhibitor Advisory Committee. 40 booths were nominated for the awards, and four awards were presented based upon booth square footage.

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NAB2013: Hybrid to Showcase New Features, Third Party Interfaces to Range of Virtual Studio and Robotics Camera Systems Posted: 26/03/2013

At NAB 2013 Hybrid, a leading provider of real-time graphics and robotic camera systems, will present a dynamic display of its product line working together and with third party products to deliver interactive presentations with unsurpassed visual imagery. Groundbreaking new features to several products will be introduced. Hybrid will exhibit in Booth C9908 during the NAB convention, being held from April 8-11th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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