TVE, Spain’s state broadcaster, relies on Brainstorm’s patented and award-winning TrackFree technology in order to showcase results of Spanish general elections
Madrid, 6 July – Brainstorm Multimedia, leading manufacturer of real-time 3D graphics and virtual studio solutions, broke new ground together with TVE by using the patented TeleTransporter technology for the first time during general election night on 26th June. TVE, Spain’s national broadcaster, used Brainstorm’s virtual studio application, the Infinity Set, and its TeleTransporter feature to teleport a live presenter from the studio to the floor of the main Congress chamber in order to showcase the election results along with Aston’s Augmented Reality graphics.
TVE also used Brainstorm’s eStudio application for both their Augmented Reality and 2D graphics. In fact, eStudio, Brainstorm’s core render engine with an immensely versatile feature set, has been TVE’s tool of choice for more than fifteen years for the creation of a wide variety of program content.
In addition, private broadcaster 13 TV also chose Brainstorm’s professional services for their graphics and presentation requirements during election night. 13 TV’s special elections program increased the broadcaster’s ranking up two points to 4.1%, raising the TV station position to seventh.
13 TV opted for a Brainstorm turnkey services solution covering all aspects of the election program from voting data reception and management to design and playout of Augmented Reality graphics. Infinity Set, Brainstorm’s virtual studio solution, and Aston, the 3D graphic creation and CG solution, were the main applications used during election night.
About Brainstorm Multimedia:
Established in 1993, Brainstorm Multimedia provides industry-leading virtual sets and real-time 3D interactive graphics solutions for all broadcast graphics types and workflows as well as for feature film production and 3D real-time presentations. Brainstorm’s customer list includes many of the world’s leading broadcasters plus a large number of small and regional stations. For more information visit www.brainstorm.es