Ross Video is updating its Voyager graphics rendering solution and Lucid Studio control solution for use in VS/AR and XR Virtual LED Studio production environments.
Launched in 2019, Ross Video’s photo-realistic graphics rendering solution Voyager has been used to power some of the world’s most impressive VS/AR and XR Virtual LED Studio productions, including CCTV’s Spring Gala Festival – the world’s most watched TV show, said the company.
Based on the Unreal Engine from Epic Games, the latest version of Voyager includes new configuration tools to calibrate camera lenses and LED videowalls, as well as improved configuration of RossTalk and Datalinq and support for embedded audio out on video outputs.
Additionally, the inclusion of Epic’s nDisplay technology allows users to seamlessly synchronise multiple LED displays for XR productions, said Ross.
Lucid Studio is Ross’s primary control interface for VS/AR and XR Virtual LED Studio applications with the updated version introducing an enhanced web browser that the company says offers better performance and enables third party web UI to be part of Lucid’s control panel.
The solution now includes enhanced integration with mobile devices enabling the possibility of event control from a mobile phone or tablet, even using a QR code, said Ross. This latest version also includes support for the Elgato Streamdeck device, offering a more tactile control experience for Lucid users.