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Mo-Sys To Host A Mix Of Presentations At NAB Show 2024

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Mo-Sys Engineering is to host a mix of keynote presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations and education sessions on its booth at NAB 2024 (C5529).

In partnership with industry-leading companies, the program will take on the hottest trends in virtual production (VP) and will be supported by a selection of Mo-Sys technology.

The sessions include a deep dive into instant environment capture of real location for VP with Volinga and a discussion on interactivity and virtual production by interactive livestreaming studio Hyper. Meanwhile, Robovision will outline what democratised remote production and AR graphics delivered for NBC at the Players Championship and Mo-Sys will share its secrets to record-breaking efficiency in filming, using hybrid virtual production to deliver 492 shots in two weeks with a 9-person crew and no overtime. Girraphic will discuss virtual production and augmented graphical integrations for broadcast. AWS and Mo-Sys will explain how the Mo-Sys NearTime automated cloud re-rendering service (in AWS) for on-set VP delivered astoundingly cost-efficient VFX for Dr Who’s 60th anniversary special.

On the technical front, ETC Lights will demonstrate what a difference their 8-LED lights make when it comes to replicating skin tone and its unique features for use on camera. Fujinon will showcase the use of its Premista lens for Mo-Sys hybrid production and box lens for remote production, in combination with the Mo-Sys U50 remote head. Brompton will explore not only how its LED processor for VP can be used for color accurate virtual production, but also how it co-developed an exciting “digital stars” solution with Mo-Sys for camera tracking. Mo-Sys and NVIDIA will give insights on ST 2110, virtual production and NVIDIA Holoscan for Media. And finally, LG will explain the incredible impact of CoB LEDs on filming output.

"With events happening every hour on the Mo-Sys booth throughout the day, we aim to offer insight from industry leaders by engaging with speakers about real-life projects and how they apply the latest technology that defines the industry today," said Florian Gallier, strategic partnerships manager at Mo-Sys. "We have over 20 years of industry experience in the conception, production and installation of full turnkey and bespoke virtual production solutions, which makes Mo-Sys the perfect host for these groundbreaking discussions. Together, we will examine what is coming over the horizon and the next steps we must take to future proof VP."

The presentations will be brought to life by a collection of Mo-Sys technology. Mo-Sys will present MoViewer, an unlimited XR multi-camera switching technology for directors with LED walls allowing higher image quality without restricting creativity. The booth will also showcase Mo-Sys' StarTracker MAX optical camera tracking system; the VP Pro XR dedicated cinematic XR Server; the U50 remote head; the L40 and B20 remote heads; the TimeCam ultra remote production with delay compensation and the G30 gyro-stabilised heavy-duty camera head.

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