Selected work

BBC’s immersive broadcast graphics for Scottish referendum 2014

Powered by Stype Kit and Vizrt

In one of the most elaborate projects to date, BBC production showcased superior skills in blending the real life set with augmented reality. In this high rated show made for Scottish referendum 2014, everything was subordinated to simplify the complex voting data while making it interesting and compelling for the audience.

Historical reenactment in honor of 70th anniversary of D-Day

Augmented reality outside broadcast was made by the Stype kit and Orad with grip from Eurogrip

The 70th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy was a major outside broadcast event with all eyes on the landing beaches and battle sites. Outside broadcast was complemented with colossal 3D broadcast graphics provided by Hasta productions. Using the Stype kit for determining the exact position of the camera in 3D space and Orad's render engine, director was able to visualize the battle in detail and create a compelling story in the middle of an empty sand beach.

StypeGrip brings augmented reality to Heineken Cup

Alston Elliot provided SkySports with beautiful immersive 3D broadcast graphics

Sky Sports used Vizrt graphics and StypeGrip 3D virtual studio technology to create innovative augmented reality graphics to its presentation of the Heineken Cup rugby final. The StypeGrip tracking software allowed the graphics to be locked to the movements of the remote camera head, however it was panned, tilted or zoomed.

Star Sports presents exciting 3D broadcast graphics

Vizrt and StypeGrip powered these enticing 3D broadcast graphics made by Prometheus

When you think of hockey, the last country that comes in mind would probably be India. However, hockey is, as a sport, very important to Indian people. Watch this engaging Star Sports recap with enticing 3D broadcast graphics made by Promotheus and powered by Vizrt's virtual studio and the Stype kit.

30ft camera crane and virtual graphics

Stype Kit, 10m camera crane and live broadcast graphics by Vizrt

This video has been shot at the Dally M Awards ceremony held in Sydney, October 1st, 2013. Camera was mounted on a 30ft (~10m) Stanton Jimmy camera crane while the Stype kit fed the Vizrt engine with positional data of that camera in 3D space which made possible placement of 3D objects into the real life set creating a realistic augmented reality experience for the viewers.

Interview with Andrew Moss, Vizrt graphics manager

Interview with Andrew Moss, Vizrt graphics manager

Andrew Moss, Vizrt graphics manager, explains how an augmented reality set is achieved and shows basic principles behind automatic aiming and focusing of the Stype kit. Andrew also discusses the technology used to create and utilize these advanced graphics for purposes of engaging the Fox sports audience in an innovative way.