04.01.2004 12:00 PM
NAB exhibit from vizrt to include new features for real-time 3-D graphics system

At NAB2004, Vizrt will unveil a powerful new design interface, simplified software upgradeability, and real-time object database within the newest version of its viz|artist software, viz|artist 3.0.

Designed for the creation of real-time 2-D and 3-D animated graphics as SDI video, the new version boasts significant enhancements, including an improved user interface, ease of upgrade, real-time object database, extended remote control capabilities, an advanced animation editor, font style editor, extended plug-in API and scripting language support.

With a simple, icon-based, drag-and-drop user interface and sophisticated 3-D animation and design tools, viz|artist 3.0 enables the digital artist to produce complex animation for a variety of broadcast applications, including virtual studios, in less time and with greater flexibility than traditional graphic systems.

The new version 3.0 allows the global graphics community using this software to upgrade quickly and easily, regardless of hardware (PC or SGI) configuration.

For more information visit booths SL3436 or go to: www.vizrt.com.

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