He reports that the disguise 3D simulation is a “what you see is what you get interface that amazes anyone who tries it for the first time. It gave us an irreplaceable software advantage in both the previs and the later implementation of the show.”
“Normally, the director of the show would have countless adjustments to the show design,” Yang points out. “But the disguise 3D simulation user interface allowed for intuitive reflection of the designer’s thoughts and permitted the director to understand and control the effects within the physical on-site limitations.”
“Since the CBA All-Star game was a live program on the CCTV network, the system required high stability,” explains Duke Yang.
Redline Technology Beijing, disguise Sales Partner in China, “was important in the success of the live broadcast,” he adds. “Redline not only supplied online support to ensure that the show would run smoothly but also provided a second 4×4pro for backup.”
Assisting Yang for the weekend were engineers Zheng and Che.