LED Volume and XR Solutions
Awe-inspiring extended reality backdrops for real-world talent
Create breathtaking immersive
XR scenes in real time
Change the way you set the scene, with hyper-realistic virtual environments for your real-world talent.
Pixotope XR solutions are capable of creating amazing, immersive studio settings using large LED volumes as natural-looking backdrops. These LED volumes can change on the fly, integrating easily with your live broadcast.
There’s no need to fly to expensive locations or create time-consuming real-world scenery: our extended reality solutions can transport your presenters and actors to other worlds, all from the comfort of your studio.
What XR solutions
can do for you
Break down the boundaries between physical and virtual worlds, to deliver captivating and unforgettable experiences for your audience.
Design and manipulate virtual worlds with unprecedented freedom and flexibility.
See exactly how your set will look in real-time, without waiting for post-production edits.
Streamline the production process, reducing costs and production timelines.
Create a natural, immersive environment for presenters and actors to interact with.
HOW pixotope xr SOLUTIONs
SUPPORT LIVE PRODUCTIONS
Pixotope XR solutions allow production teams to continually create stunning immersive environments that update in real-time.
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THE TECHNOLOGY BEHIND OUR XR SOLUTIONS
WHAT MAKES PIXOTOPE DIFFERENT
Experience seamless AR-XR workflows with advanced features such as our unique color-matching functionality, which automatically matches AR elements to the output of LED volumes.
This solves one of the trickiest problems in XR and massively simplifies common techniques such as set extension while also ensuring high image fidelity.
WITHOUT A SWITCHER
XR also features multi-machine sync to drive large LED volumes and multi-camera switching without the need for an external switcher.
This brings seamless perspective changes to the LED wall from different cameras.
Our XR system follows the Pixotope principles of making virtual production more accessible and reducing hardware dependencies.
THE XR FILES
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Take the next step
try our Extended Reality solutions for yourself
Pixotope XR solutions allow for limitless creativity in your productions, with a user-friendly WYSIWYG interface and integration with partner technologies.
If you’d like to explore what our XR solutions can do for you, we recommend booking a free demonstration of our extended reality software, Pixotope Graphics XR.
Inspire your audience with the Pixotope XR Solution
Extended reality (XR) is often used as an umbrella term for all the various technologies that come together to form a virtual production. Technologies such as:
Mixed reality (MR)
Augmented reality (AR)
Virtual reality (VR)
However, when we define “XR” we mean the use of large LED Volumes to create virtual environments that talent can interact with.
Extended reality (XR) is used for a wide range of applications, such as esports, broadcast and other live programming. Check out our blog “What is XR and how can it be used” for more info.
Extended reality works by projecting a virtual scene on a large LED volume behind the talent and/or real word object. The movement of the cameras is tracked such that the projection of the virtual scene changes with the perspective of the camera and the physical and virtual elements are combined through the camera to create a photo-realistic effect. For this reason, XR is sometimes referred to as “In Camera Visual Effects” or ICVFX. XR can be further enhanced with the use of AR, Augmented Reality, elements in the foreground alongside the physical talent and/or objects.
One of the key advantages of XR over Virtual Sets (green screen) is that the on-set talent is able to see the scene they’re in. Additionally, XR has the potential to look more realistic than green screen environments as, rather than fixed and reflected light, the light generated from the LED volume may provide realistic reflections (and shadows) from on set objects and talent.