Cloud-based interview programs are becoming increasingly popular in the broadcast industry, and virtual studios are a critical component of this technology. Virtual studios allow for AR virtual scenes, where robotic camera systems such as robotic camera cranes can be used to create engaging and dynamic shots. Due to a VR output module equipped with the SEEDER robotic crane system, it allows the hosts and guests to have a remote conversation from different virtual studios, but present on the same screen, creating a more immersive and engaging experience for the viewer.
The robotic camera crane system plays a crucial role in the virtual studio by providing versatile camera movements and precise positioning, allowing for dynamic and engaging shots to be captured. Its ability to work seamlessly with graphic systems and other software systems also makes it an essential equipment in the production of high-quality virtual broadcast content.
Robotic crane system is used to capture shots from different angles and positions within the virtual scenes. These shots can be fully automated to improve production efficiency. The pre-set camera positions save the work of re-framing and greatly reduces the time required for recording programs.
The SEEDER robotic crane system features 8-axis AI curve motion, which can generate continuous multi-point curve motion and create a stronger sense of spatial depth in the captured footage. The system can capture shots that would be impossible for a human operator to achieve, and they can do so with greater precision and consistency. This allows for a higher quality production and can help to reduce production costs by requiring fewer camera operators.
In conclusion, cloud-based interview programs and virtual studios are revolutionizing the way that broadcast programs are produced. As technology continues to develop, it is likely that virtual studios and robotic camera systems will become even more sophisticated, providing even greater benefits to the broadcast industry. And SEEDER's technology and innovation have always been at the forefront to meet the constantly evolving use needs of the television broadcast studios.