08.29.2007 12:00 AM
Barco and Vizrt demo integrated backdrop solutions
At IBC2007, Barco will demonstrate the integration of its displays and processors with Vizrt’s 3D graphic renderer to enable high resolution backdrop outputs that let a studio presenter work interactively with the displayed graphic materials on set.

Barco’s stand will feature a 3x3 times mDG50 50-inch OverView D series video wall system with DLP technology. Vizrt’s stand will show a Barco 4x2 times cDG67 67-inch Overview D series video wall system using Viz|Video Wall ER technology and Peyote Design’s interactive technology.

Vizrt’s demonstration will highlight a complete production workflow solution, including integration with the full line of Vizrt software, including Viz|Trio Character Generator to control the real-time interactive show; Viz|Multi-Platform Suite (MPS) for real-time graphics and video content delivery to mobile devices; Viz|Curious Maps mapping software; and Viz|Quattro, a still- and clip-store workflow solution.

The solution also uses Vizrt’s true 2D/3D graphics tools with Curious Software’s World Maps and Ardendo’s asset management. In runs on non-proprietary hardware.

Barco will be at Stand 1.235 and Vizrt will be at Stand 2.219.

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