Today at IBC, Ross Video unveiled the company’s latest innovations, product and partner announcements to support an industry undergoing unprecedented transformation.
“Transformation is the rallying cry at this year’s IBC. Never before has the industry been more engaged in the conversation about how to take the current state of the business, technology and organisation, explode old notions of how to do things and start with a fresh slate,” stated Jeff Moore, EVP at Ross Video.
Ross is showcasing its Frontier game changer for AR/VS graphics. Frontier utilises the power of the Unreal 4 game engine to render hyper-realistic scenes, textures and dynamic effects, including real-time shadows, reflections, particles and physical effects. At IBC, Ross is demonstrating Frontier, showing real-time data integration and realistic animated human scans from recent projects.
Also, Ross is introducing its XPression Tessera and Ross Stadium/MultiScreen Workflow. It is showing the technology behind the largest stadium screen in the world – Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s halo board – driven pixel and frame accurately by XPression Tessera. A full system is on display at IBC.
Ross Furio is now taller, faster and stronger, according to Ross. Furio SE rail-based robotic camera systems now offer more elevation range, greater maximum height and faster speeds to quickly capture even more exciting shots, said the company.
Finally, the Ross Inception Multi-Platform Audience Engagement solution is being showcased. Inception version 12 is on display with an array of new features including Web CMS support.