Virtual sets and augmented graphics can elevate your productions big time. Gaining viewer attention and telling a great story is paramount to your business. When you decide to go with virtual or augmented elements, you have to track cameras and calibrate systems - we have created a primer to help you differentiate between technologies.
For a long time, the definitions of Virtual Sets and Augmented Graphics have been a source of confusion. In order get a better grasp of these concepts, we have to examine the differences between a Tracking Virtual Set solution, an Augmented Reality solution and a Trackless Virtual Set solution. What are the elements you would need around a virtual set and a virtual graphics solution? More specifically, what do you need in terms of studio lighting, chroma keying, video delays, cameras and lenses?