Essay Video has recently announced the opening of its brand‐new virtual studio located in Norwalk, Connecticut. The premium virtual facility is equipped with the latest in LED technology, including top‐quality Brompton Technology 4K Tessera SX40 LED processors, empowering Essay’s customers to realize their creative projects and create complex, interactive and mixed reality presentations. “With the global pandemic, we had clients who had to pivot from live events and turn to virtual solutions,” explains Essay Video Founder & CEO, Greg Fellows. “Our newly built virtual studio gives them a safe and healthy environment to make their creative projects a reality. We have multiple offices for privacy and social distancing, and we’ve partnered with HBO and Intel over the last six months to fine tune and perfect our virtual meetings. Whilst it’s not possible to hold a live show at the moment, clients can come and make the most of our virtual facility’s advanced technology, delivering the closest possible experience to a live event.” The screens installed are high‐performance, broadcast grade Black Pearl 2.8. The LED wall measures 15.8 metres by 3.5 metres, and the ceiling comprises seven, 20 metre long by half‐metre wide LED strips. “We are using Brompton’s Tessera S4 LED processor for the ceiling and two Tessera SX40s for the wall, connected with fibre to the Tessera XD 10G data distribution unit. We chose Brompton processing for its superior colour depth and ability to make fine adjustments to the LED screens in front of the camera,” said Fellows.
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