Mo-Sys VP Pro XR is a hardware and software solution combining multi-node nDisplay architecture and a new XR toolset.
Camera tracking and remote systems provider Mo-Sys Engineering has released a new multi-node media server solution for LED volumes to meet the demands of final pixel XR production for film and TV.
Mo-Sys VP Pro XR is a hardware and software solution combining multi-node nDisplay architecture, an improved VP Pro real-time compositor/synchroniser, and a new XR toolset. This XR media server system is focused on delivering cinematic capabilities for cinematographers and focus pullers.
The launch of VP Pro XR follows the recently announced Mo-Sys Cinematic XR Focus capability. Cinematic XR Focus allows focus pullers to pull focus between real and virtual elements in an LED volume and is now available on VP Pro XR.
VP Pro XR is the first product release under Mo-Sys’ Cinematic XR initiative. The aim of Cinematic XR is to move final pixel XR production forwards in terms of image quality and shooting creativity from its initial roots using live event LED technology, to fit-for-purpose Cinematic XR technology.
Commenting on the launch, Michael Geissler, CEO of Mo-Sys, said: “With our twenty-year background in film robotics, we regularly get to hear what cinematographers and producers think and need. Whilst producers love the final pixel XR concept, cinematographers worry about image quality, colour pipeline, mixed lighting, and shooting freedom. We started Cinematic XR in response to this, and VP Pro XR is specifically designed to solve the urgent problems we have been made aware of by our cinematographer and focus puller colleagues.”