Brainstorm to Demonstrate Hyper-realistic Augmented Reality Graphics Systems at CABSAT

Brainstorm will showcase InfinitySet and Aston to display virtual set, Augmented Reality and real-time 3D motion graphics technology.
Brainstorm InfinitySet 3 Solution
Brainstorm InfinitySet 3 Solution

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Brainstorm, a specialist company real-time 3D graphics and virtual set solutions company, will be presenting a number of industry first technologies at CABSAT. The company said that the latest versions of its virtual set, augmented reality and real-time 3D graphics products were developed in response to the increasing interest in virtual studios and augmented reality in the region.

At CABSAT, Brainstorm will show for the first time in the Middle East the version 3 of InfinitySet, their award-winning virtual studio application that includes the unique TrackFree Technology, which provides a number of industry-first augmented reality applications such as 3D Presenter, TeleTransporter, HandsTracking and FreeWalking. The new InfinitySet 3 seamlessly integrates with Aston, Brainsotrm's motion graphics creation, CG and playout system built for broadcast designers. 

Brainstorm said the new version of InfinitySet now also includes all the graphics editing and creation features of Aston, so it can edit, manage and create 2D/3D motion graphics when required. This allows for direct editing of not only Aston projects but the individual elements, animations, StormLogic, data feeds, etc.

InfinitySet will also demonstrate its Combined Render Engine at CABSAT, which allows designers to combine the Brainstorm’s acclaimed eStudio render engine with other gaming and architectural render engines such as Unreal Engine. By using this Combined Render Engine, InfinitySet can display excellently rendered hyper-realistic background scenes along with real-time graphics elements such as 3D motion graphics, lower-thirds, tickers, and CG elements, among others.

Brainstorm said they are willing to show continued support to the region and show commitment to its distributor’s network. Borja Chirivella, Brainstorm Sales Director, Middle East said, “We are very satisfied with our current reseller network in the area that includes Pharaon Broadcast in Lebanon, Brainwaves in Egypt, DigitalCast in Iran and also FOR-A Middle East. We are fully confident in our current ability to provide high-quality service to customers all over the Middle East region”.

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