“We are saving our clients an enormous amount of time and money with one-and-done captures, while offering a new experience for the performer by replacing the empty green void with visuals they can see and believe,” said Nick Rivero, co-founder and CTO, MEPTIK.
The MEPTIK team leveraged three primary workflow components for the XR production:
disguise gx 2: Powering reliable, high-resolution content playout with real-time rendering, the gx 2 was the core, high-capacity engine driving the visual universe onset. MEPTIK added disguise’s Extended Reality (xR) toolkit to deliver the AR/MR elements within the live production environment.
Notch: The MEPTIK team used Notch to very quickly and efficiently create the dynamic visual content delivered via the disguise gx 2, without any coding requirements.
BlackTrax: This real-time, highly responsive tracking software was used to capture positional data of characters in the video as they interact with the visual universe. All positional data was seamlessly delivered to gx 2.