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International News Report

International News Report - virtualsets.com
The International News Report set is an example of the realism that is possible in a virtual set. While virtualsets.com can create elaborate sets that would not normally be feasible in the physical world due to space and cost constraints, the International News Report is an example of a news set that has a design that is similar to a "built" set.
International News Report - virtual set design
This set also demonstrates the video capabilities that are available in a virtual set. Each of the video monitors in the simulated editing bays and control room in the background have moving video. Some of this video is simply running on a continuous loop. If desired, each of the video monitors in the background can be live from any video or graphic source. Each of the monitors in the background can be displayed in 4x3 or 16x9 format. Using technology from virtualsets.com, the virtual set can be manipulated live in real-time.
International News Report - virtualsets.com
The International News Report virtual set is designed with simulated editing bays and control room behind smoked glass in the background. On the right side of the virtual set is a large 9' x 6' rear projection monitor. Overall, the set is 68' deep and 107' wide. The set does not appear this vast on screen, but many items within the 3D virtual set are designed to be used on their own. As one example, the 9' x 6' rear projection monitor can be used as a stand-alone set piece, without rest of the virtual set being visible. The depth of the set is primarily in the distance from the anchor desk to the smoked glass that divides the simulated control room. Fortunately, since it is a virtual set, it can be produced in an extremely small studio. In the most constrained situation, a two-anchor production could be completed with a 4' x 8' blue/green wall, with the anchors 10' from the camera. To get the most out of the depth and scale of the virtualsets.com design, a somewhat larger studio is desired.
International News Report - virtualsets.com
The animation shown below is an example of the versatility of designs by virtualsets.com. The simulated 16x9 plasma monitor can be cued by the director at any time to drop to the side or between the anchors. The plasma monitor can be positioned at the director's discretion. The speed and method at which it appears on screen is completely customizable.
International News Report - virtualsets.com

International News Report

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