CJP Broadcast Service Solutions, systems integration, production and content digitisation specialist, has formed a partnership agreement with AOTO Electronics, leading supplier of LED screens and volumes.
The agreement sees CJP providing installation, service and support for AOTO screens, as part of a complete turnkey service for virtual production systems.AOTO has 30 years’ experience in developing high resolution LED displays, with products today noted for robust construction as well as being cost-effective.
It offers a range of panels, suitable for applications from live events to 1.5mm, 1.9mm, 2.3mm and 2.6mm LEDs for final pixel volumes ideal for movie production.
Recent major movies have used AOTO screens of up to 400 square metres for extended sequences, shot in real time with the actors able to react to the virtual scenery.CJP has already installed a number of virtual production studios and brings extensive experience to the market.
As a completely independent systems integrator, it develops the best solutions for each individual client, bringing together the most appropriate cameras and camera tracking and graphics engines to achieve the client’s creative, operational and commercial goals.“CJP impressed us with their technical depth of understanding,” said Adam Suter, operations manager at AOTO Electronics in the UK.
“We are confident that we can work closely together in a two-way partnership which makes the most innovative and effective use of our LED technology in fully integrated and supported solutions.”Christopher Phillips, managing director of CJP Broadcast Service Solutions, added: “Virtual studios are transforming creative production, and we are already bringing it to a broad range of markets, such as education where it is unleashing remarkable potential.
“This close working agreement with AOTO enables us to drive forward powerful yet cost-effective solutions to potential applications across the UK and beyond, further extending our experience and expertise and helping our clients achieve great things.”