CJP Broadcast Service Solutions, systems integration, production and content digitisation specialist, is leading on its virtual production capabilities at the Media Production & Technology Show (stand D72, London Olympia, 10 – 11 May). As well as having staff on its booth to discuss systems integration, it is sponsoring the Virtual Production Theatre, one of the main value-added events at MPTS.
CJP has a strong track record in building practical and cost-effective virtual production studios, including volumetric spaces and motion capture stages. Most recently, CJP has provided these installations at colleges including the University of Sunderland and the University for the Creative Arts.
As a major systems integrator, CJP is also active in building studios for broadcast, commercial and educational users. The company also provides its own production services, including a seven camera outside broadcast unit, and has a specialist centre for digitising archives.
“Virtual production has moved from the cutting edge to the everyday,” said Christopher Phillips, managing director of CJP Broadcast Service Solutions. “What we want to show at MPTS is that the technology is available to a broad range of users, with affordable equipment and accessible workflows. That is why we have taken the bold step to sponsor the VP Theatre: we want to get everyone talking about the creative possibilities it brings.
“Our team is hugely experienced in systems design, integration, installation and support,” Phillips added. “We can point to large numbers of successful jobs in broadcast, education, cinema, corporate and sports, and we look forward to talking to visitors to MPTS, to show how we can deliver cost-effective solutions whatever the requirement.”
CJP has key partnerships with a range of suppliers, including AOTO for LED volumes, Mo-Sys for camera tracking and realtime graphics, and Xsens and Faceware for motion capture.
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