Stype Cajic on camera tracking systems

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Stype founder Stype Cajic talks with Steve Waskul in the StudioXperience Broadcast Studio at the 2018 NAB Show. During the interview Stype talks about camera tracking systems and the role they play in different productions.

This year StudioXperience utilized Stype’s Stype KIT tracking in our live broadcast workflow at the 2018 NAB Show.

About Stype

Stype provides camera tracking hardware, software and integration for real-time augmented reality and virtual studio broadcasting. Their flagship product, the Stype KIT (system for tracking the camera position in 3D space), is currently being used by leading edge broadcasters such as Fox Sports, the BBC, MTV, ESPN and many others.

Waskul.TV – Powered by HP Z Workstations with Intel® Xeon® processors

HP Z Workstations with Intel® Xeon® processors play a vital role in our Waskul.TV production workflows. StudioXperience showcased the full range of HP Z Workstations at the 2018 NAB Show including several HP Z8 Workstations that powered our virtual set during our live broadcast which you can see in this interview. Learn more by visiting our StudioXperience site.

HP Z Workstations powering the Waskul.TV virtual production workflow at the 2018 NAB Show

The Waskul.TV Broadcast Control Center in StudioXperience at the 2018 NAB Show. Our virtual production workflow includes four HP Z8 Workstations that power the Zero Density Reality software which removes the green backgrounds and composites the live action into the virtual set
The Waskul.TV Broadcast Control Center in StudioXperience at the 2018 NAB Show. Our virtual production workflow includes four HP Z8 Workstations that power the Zero Density Reality software which removes the green backgrounds and composites the live action into the virtual set
At the 2018 NAB Show, StudioXperience featured a new virtual production workflow based upon Zero Density's Reality software running on HP Z8 Workstations
At the 2018 NAB Show, StudioXperience featured a new virtual production workflow based upon Zero Density's Reality software running on HP Z8 Workstations