Our industry-leading 4k UHD-ready virtual studio capability has literally no limits. It seamlessly combines physical, virtual and augmented reality in real time, together with live data. This enables our designers to translate your vision into spectacular photorealistic environments for your production. Cameras can be pointed in absolutely any direction across the whole of the studio to deliver a continuous on-screen set. Using the latest real-time rendering, you can see how each shot will look as it happens either live in the studio or via secure remote viewing.Get in touch
This next-generation technology is a really powerful creative tool for delivering even greater onscreen value beyond the traditional green screen. It enables much more innovative and content-rich sets to be created for broadcasters, production companies, advertisers, live events and corporate film producers.
Working with our specialist in-house designers, you can import sets from any 3D modelling package and enhance them with easily sourced and adapted pre-made assets. The results are utterly realistic, including the addition of shadows and reflections as well as the perfect integration of even single strands of hair. With this capability offered across all ten of dock10's studios, you have the flexibility to choose the perfect-sized space for your production, from 1,000 to 12,500 sq. ft.
We are really excited to deploy this new virtual studio capability. As a passionate promoter of technology, we regularly collaborate with creative directors looking to explore new ways to make television. We recognised that advances in real-time rendering technology could be used to drive a significant leap forward for virtual studios, with the ability to build otherwise impossible sets, opening up a world of exciting new possibilities for content makers. This really is the future of content production.
Head of Studios
To understand virtual studios in their current form it is helpful to understand how the needs of content makers helped advance the technology that preceded them. By understanding how we got to where we are today, we will also be able to make some informed predictions of where things are likely to go in the future.
Struggling to explain the difference between virtual production, virtual reality and virtual studios? Or too embarrassed to ask what separates Mo-Cap from Mo-Sys? You're likely not alone. The rise of virtual production has led to a raft of terms and acronyms that can confuse even the most experienced professionals.