Virtual Production Test Stage
What the Virtual Production Test Stage offers you
The Virtual Product Test stage provides the UK media production sector and creative industries with the first research and innovation studio for virtual production, in collaboration with Target3D.
It enables hands-on experimentation, training and skills development to address gaps that exist today in the creative industry. It will contribute to creating the world’s first fully functioning virtual production research facility, anchoring the UK’s leading expertise.
Virtual production is an emerging method that uses a combination of technologies ranging from the use of LED screens, real-time game engines, AI, 5G, cloud rendering and edge computing to combine live action footage and computer graphics in real-time.
This facility enables businesses and research institutes of all sizes to run full scale productions alongside R&D programmes, ensuring industry relevance to the products and services being developed.
As a research facility, the space is open to businesses and research institutes wishing to create knowledge and share learnings with the wider community – with the University of Surrey already on board as a production and content partner.
Who can use it
The Virtual Production Test Stage is an accessible space that can help smaller media companies who are on a tight budget to develop cost-effective productions, and film in high-resolution virtual settings – without the need to travel far, ship equipment abroad or develop sets.
Unit 1, Riverside Business Centre, Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, GU1 4UG
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Interested in getting involved with the Virtual Production Test Stage and finding out more, register your interest using the form below and we’ll keep you up to date on future opportunities:
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