Vizrt Announces The Big AR Sports Show
At IBC 2019, Vizrt will present an all new The Big AR Sports Show powered by the recently announced Viz Engine 4.
The Big AR Sports Show at IBC 2019 (stand 7.B01) creates the perfect venue to see in one place the content creation, management, and playout solutions that are powering the innovation behind today’s live sports production. Through live stage presentation that creatively integrates virtual and real-world elements, visitors will experience the true meaning of software defined visual storytelling.
“Sports broadcasters, venues, and teams are looking for new ways to engage their audiences, monetise their content, and identify advantage over their competition,” states Dr. Stephan W. Stadler, President of Vizrt Global Sports. “There’s no better way to find the answers to those questions than to see it all up close and in person on the Vizrt Stage at IBC2019.”
Here’s just some of what visitors to The Big AR Sport Show on the Vizrt stand will experience…
See demonstrations of Viz Libero AR. Bring the action of the game virtually into the studio by leveraging augmented reality (AR) to place a photorealistic 3D view of the game – complete with analysis graphics in front of the sports presenter.
Vizrt is also bringing the in-stadium fan experience onto the Vizrt stage. See first-hand how Viz Arena lets sports rights holders monetise their production with unobtrusively realistic virtual advertisements. The company will show how virtual graphics are easily added live throughout the stadium and on the pitch, and regional tailored to suit different sponsors simultaneously throughout the world.
From football to basketball to car and horse racing and beyond, Viz Arena’s Custom Sports feature means it’s the perfect solution to ensure your audience and sponsors have the very best live sports experience no matter the sporting event.
Vizrt Sports is providing new ways of telling the story of the game, as well as allowing the broadcaster to create in-depth analysis in the studio that amazes and engages audiences – giving both broadcasters and fans extremely shareable content.