Visitors to Stand B34 will have the opportunity to see the Stype kit performing live in synergy with Viz virtual studio. Stype kit is a bolt-on camera tracking system for a Stanton Jimmy camera crane. The system doesn’t require any additional external sensors or infra-red cameras to deliver precise positional data of the camera in 3D space. Stype kit is also specially designed so that no physical modifications of the camera crane are needed. This guarantees fast setup times and even enables producers to use it on different broadcast locations throughout the day. On top of that, the kit is exceptionally portable, making it easy to use for outside virtual reality broadcast.
Many top level broadcasters, including the BBC and Fox Sports, already employ the Stype kit – both inside studios in a strictly controlled environment or at the football stadium. The system can be paired with any render engine currently available on the market including Vizrt, Orad, Wasp3D, RT software, BrainStorm, XPression.
The powerful lens calibration feature – which is carried out within the kit itself – allows users to focus more on the creative aspect of the project and less on technicalities.