Avatar Dimension unveils a mobile version of its capture studio

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Avatar Dimension has announced the launch of a mobile and transportable version of its volumetric Microsoft Mixed Reality Capture Studio. It can now be moved and built in other locations.

The studio is primarily intended for the creation of 3D holographic images. The portable version has 70 12-megapixel Volucam cameras and Microsoft’s capture and render pipeline. Images are captured at scale and video files are merged to create 3D images for integration into games and other technologies.

The mobile studio takes three days to assemble and is available to customers “from businesses to military and government agencies, museums, sports, fashion, entertainment and more.” The company opened its main physical studio in Washington DC in 2011. According to Avatar Dimension, the studio is one of the few in the world.

Dennis Bracy, CEO of Avatar Dimension, said in a statement: “Over the past year, we have seen a steady growth in interest in movies, music, fashion, video games, all types and more for creating unique, immersive content with truly realistic 3D holograms.Bringing our volumetric capture stage directly to customers, quickly and seamlessly, really opens the door for many businesses looking to expand their audience with mixed reality experiences that are innovative, but need the capture session to come to them.

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