02.17.2005 01:37 PM
FOR-A to unveil HD version of digiStorm 3-D solution

digiStorm HD is centered on Brainstorm Multimedia’s eStudio virtual studio software program.
FOR-A will introduce the HD version of digiStorm, a turnkey 3-D on-air graphics solution developed by FOR-A in collaboration with Brainstorm Multimedia at NAB2005. With digiStorm HD, broadcasters can take advantage of the technological resources of FOR-A and Brainstorm Multimedia’s eStudio virtual studio software program in a full HD environment.

digiStorm HD is centered on Brainstorm Multimedia’s eStudio virtual studio software program. eStudio lets users create an entire virtual studio within a user-friendly interface. It features an array of plug-ins, including:

  • VS Virtual Studio, used to construct simplified virtual studios;
  • VS/RCG Virtual Studio, for construction of a simplified virtual studio and real-time computer graphics;
  • Maya 3ds XSI, which enables 3-D files and data to be imported from Maya, 3ds max, and Softimage XSI;
  • ifCalib camera calibration software;
  • PPEX Presentation, allowing the importation of data from Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint;
  • A library of virtual studio sets.

For more information, visit booth C4519 or go to www.for-a.com.

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