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disguise to increase xR investment in 2021

disguise to increase xR investment in 2021

disguise to increase xR investment in 2021

British manufacturer disguise is increasing its investment in xR (extended reality) technology in order to better provide remote and virtual production solutions to customers in 2021. In addition to a new partnership with Epic Games to enhance the delivery of disguise’s xR solution on a global scale, 2020 saw more than 200 xR projects powered by disguise products and in excess of 100 xR stages built around the world in 30-plus countries.

“In a year like nothing anyone could have ever imagined, disguise has enabled teams to push boundaries in xR. We understand that it continues to be a challenging time for our industry, and disguise is committed to doing all that we can to support our community of users, partners and customers across the globe,” said Fernando Kufer, CEO at disguise. “As we look forward to 2021, we will continue to develop solutions with our community of customers at the heart and strive to democratise our tools even further, turning disguise into an inclusive platform for everyone to achieve their creative vision.”

The company’s accelerated development of xR workflows allowed a number of cancelled shows to resume in a virtual environment, while solutions that optimise workflows at home have been more vital than ever. One such focus so far has been on helping users develop AR experiences without access to high-end tracking equipment. The company’s xR solution has also been completed by the launch of the rx render engine hosting platform and vx 1 and vx 2 hardware bundle, which provides a solution for delivering uncompressed video playback and scaling out real-time generative content. Used alongside rx and RenderStream, vx 1 and 2 lower the barrier of entry to xR and give users a proven platform to tackle the growing wave of productions that are now becoming the norm.

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