Broadley TV Studios, based in London’s Marylebone has announced the launch of virtual production, powered by Brainstorm’s Infinity Set.

The software will enable Broadley TV Studios to create high-quality virtual sets and environments that integrate with live-action footage.

Infinity Set boasts an advanced rendering engine and real-time compositing capability, allowing users to create virtual sets. Infinity Set is combined with Mo-Sys motion camera tracking and Aston 3D graphics.

In addition to the launch of new Virtual Production, Broadley TV Studios has also upgraded its entire tech infrastructure within the galleries and installed superior soundproofing across both Studio 1 and 2.

New VP producer Kieran Lowley said, “I’m thrilled to be at the start of the virtual production journey with Broadley, it’s a unique studio for central London”. Lowley will be charged with providing a guided workflow and dedicated to managing Virtual Production projects.

Richard Landy, MD and Founder said: “Virtual production is new and we’ve embraced the R&D process to get to the place we’re at now, with a fully integrated software system, powered by Brainstorm InfinitySet. I’ve always strived to keep the Studio’s ahead of the curve and believe it’s the right time to offer this next generation technology for creative innovation and, make it more widely accessible”.


Jon Creamer

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