Manhattan’s First xR Studio!
In the heart of NYC, directly across from Penn Station, Choreografx Studios has partnered with the immersive art exhibition ZeroSpace to open a groundbreaking production facility based around the concept of real-time media and immersive virtual environments for film and television. Choreografx@ZeroSpace is a state-of-the-art studio employing cutting-edge video displays and in-camera extended reality(xR).
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ALL THE REALITIES
Extended Reality (xR) for film and television utilizes real-time rendering technology, motion-tracking, and high-resolution digital video displays to create virtual objects and environments that surround the talent and extend far beyond the soundstage.
Video display backdrops enable a fast change between background looks and environments. They also allow virtual backgrounds to be seen in-camera, providing real reflections of the backdrop in things like glass or water, natural lighting, and better reactions from talent.
Graphics and visual effects can be overlaid onto live camera feeds in real-time for applications ranging from video production to live events and presentations. In-camera AR can be used with or without the other parts of the xR workflow.
Choreografx Studios uses xR (extended Reality) technology and high-resolution LED panels to create immersive video displays able to simulate 3d objects and environments that surround the talent.
Extended reality (xR) fro film and television allows directors to capture in-camera special effects like never before by using real-time 3D rendering technology to render virtual environments and objects on digital video displays and extend them virtually in-camera. The filmmakers and the talent can immediately see the final results and make real-time changes, along with many other advantages.
...WITHIN VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS
On most modern film productions, when a director needs to place actors or objects within a virtual environment, green-screen compositing is used. However, this process is both costly and imperfect.
By contrast, the use of video displays to display immersive virtual environments in-camera carries numerous advantages. Actors are able to interact with real visual elements they can actually see, providing more realistic reactions and superior timing. And most importantly, it can be less costly than green-screen.