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Bringing The Virtual Set To Life With Unilumin At InfoComm 2021

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As part of our continued coverage of InfoComm 2021, AVNation talks with Unilumin. President at Unilumin USA Chris Danley discusses a new way to manufacture direct-view LED and Unilumin’s virtual set.

To get the full experience of the new virtual set, Unilumin brought not only a functional set but included cameras and tracking equipment. Danley explained the shift from using green screens in newsrooms and film studios.

“A lot of news studios and film studios… rather than using green screen, they’re using direct LED as a backdrop,” Danley explained.

The virtual set comes with many advantages including cutting the cost during post-production and giving the actors something to look at while on set. The virtual is not just for films and newsrooms; education and corporate offices are using this new technology as well.

Watch the full interview and our complete coverage of InfoComm 2021 on our website.

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