Planar and OptiTrack to Present Broadcast Tech at NAB Show 2022
Planar and sister company OptiTrack plan to present their most diverse portfolio of established and emerging broadcast technologies at the 2022 NAB Show. From cutting-edge fine pitch LED display solutions for in-camera virtual production to state-of-the-art motion capture (Mocap) solutions for advanced camera tracking, Planar and OptiTrack will demonstrate the latest advancements for broadcast production needs of today and tomorrow at NAB 2022.
NAB 2022 marks the first NAB show since the launch of Planar Studios in 2021. An initiative designed to revolutionize the explosive virtual production (VP) and extended reality (XR) markets, the company says Planar Studios is empowering the world’s leading visual storytellers to engage audiences through advanced technological developments, particularly critical LED display and motion-capture (mocap) systems. The Planar Studios initiative leverages Planar’s fine pitch LED display solutions and ultra-precise tracking cameras and mocap software from OptiTrack.
“In an age where everyone can be a broadcaster and demand to authentically reach remote audiences is unprecedented, we’re thrilled to be presenting a truly unrivaled choice of LED display and mocap technologies,” said Planar’s executive vice president Adam Schmidt. “Our portfolio today is backed by decades of on-camera broadcast industry leadership, offering industry-leading solutions to support everything from live television broadcasts requiring bright, reliable, and superior visual performance to breathtaking cinema production looking for flexible configuration and the fastest frame and refresh rates.”
At NAB Show 2022 in Booth N5914, Planar and OptiTrack will present a compelling VP and XR volume complete with fine pitch LED display technology, mocap, lighting, and dynamic virtual and physical scenery captured in vivid in-camera content.
To stay up-to-date with the latest show news, visit our NAB Show 2022 hub.