02.24.2010 12:00 PM
Shotoku to Present New Robotic Camera Control System
Shotoku TRP-100

Shotoku Broadcast Systems will present a compliment of high-capacity control panels at NAB 2010 with a series of new features including SD/HD support, widescreen layout, and customizable display options. Shotoku will also show panels alongside the company’s Orchestra Camera Management System, now available with an integrated live-video touchscreen option, its flagship TRP-100 fully robotic studio pedestal, and its full range of robotic and VR sensor pan/tilt heads.

Shotoku will debut its latest control panel, the TR-HP, which offers a small footprint while maintaining high-precision joystick control.
Shotoku will also showcase its latest generation TR-T system, touch control panel capable of controlling both Shotoku and third party robotic cameras systems. It is now also available in 16:9 widescreen configuration.

Shotoku’s Orchestra Camera Management System will be demonstrated with an integrated live-video touchscreen option for the first time at NAB. Using real-time video images of the meeting room, an operator may command multiple broadcast cameras to acquire shots of a selected speaker or area of interest simply by touching the relevant area on the live video “spotter camera” image. The wide-angle spotter camera view may be derived from any video camera providing analog, SD-SDI or HD-SDI images.

Shotoku will also display its TRP-100 fully robotic studio pedestal, which supports any payload up to 220 lbs. while gliding through 2.5 feet of elevation at up to 1 foot per second. Shotoku will also demonstrate its full range of robotic and VR sensor pan/tilt heads.

Shotoku Broadcast Systems will be at Booth C8615.

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