May 30, 2024
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Mo-Sys Engineering will underscore its ability to deliver complete packages for green screen or LED volumes at InfoComm 2022.

The company will again join forces with AOTO Electronics Co. Ltd to showcase end-to-end LED virtual production solutions, running a live  demonstration during the show that combines Mo-Sys’ pioneering VP technology stack and AOTO’s LED tiles.  Mo-Sys will also showcase its award-winning LED content server, VP Pro XR, Multi-Cam switching and its precision camera tracking system, StarTracker, working in tandem with AOTO’s 2.3 pitch LED tiles.

The demonstration will give InfoComm visitors the opportunity to see first-hand Mo-Sys’ unique virtual production solutions. Mo-Sys developed Multi-Cam to overcome the typical 5-6 frame refresh delay experienced by all LED volumes when switching between multiple cameras.

Multi-Cam enables content creators and broadcasters utilising LED virtual production to seamlessly switch between cameras, maximising the creative possibilities and increasing the production value of any shoot. Michael Geissler, CEO of Mo-Sys, said: “More and more corporate customers are taking their production in-house as they realise the powerful impact compelling content can make as they engage with their audiences.

“Modern virtual production techniques provide a cost-effective way to increase studio capacity and enable corporate users to create high-end, cinematic quality content while allowing teams to push the boundaries of their creativity

“As a leading virtual production pioneer Mo-Sys can offer customers complete turnkey packages and provide the necessary training aimed at their specific needs – we are unique in our ability to provide everything you need to start creating amazing content, regardless of what your level of experience is.” The combination of Mo-Sys and AOTO solutions gives broadcasters and corporate customers a straightforward way to leverage high quality LED wall backgrounds instead of a green screen, and to eliminate green spill issues completely. Michael Huang, Senior Account Manager, AOTO Electronics Co. Ltd., commented: “We are delighted to partner with Mo-Sys once again at InfoComm.

“They are well known for their Virtual Production innovation, and our collaboration allows customers to benefit from complex technology made easy and create LED Virtual Productions using familiar workflows.” As part of its strategy to drive forward the uptake of Virtual Production and fill the growing skills bottleneck facing the industry, Mo-Sys is also making its technology – and expertise in VP for the high end tv and film industries – accessible to universities and film schools.

Through the Mo-Sys Academy programme, Mo-Sys provides Virtual Production courses delivered by skilled on-set technicians, enabling group learning for industry professionals, university lecturers and teaching staff as well as students.