IZMIR from Turkey—Zero Density unveiled RealityHub 1.2, a massive update to its production software that allows broadcasters to manage everything from real-time graphics to robotic cameras, all in one place with a web browser.
With the upgrade, users can integrate most equipment, automation systems, and external data sources into RealityHub right out of the box, or simply take advantage of Zero Density’s open source SDK to develop their own. Custom integrations, the company said.
“In a single application, RealityHub gives our users the ability to configure, compile, launch and distribute projects, while providing time-saving ways to optimize their workflow,” said Andrew Maloof, senior graphics systems engineer. at The Weather Channel. “Centralizing these tools in an intuitive and easily accessible web interface is a game-changer for our artists, engineers and graphic operators. “
From interactive touchscreen apps to large video wall productions, RealityHub’s HTML5 interface can now also be used to access Unreal Engine thanks to RealityHub 1.2’s new Unreal Engine Vanilla support, announced Zero Density.
Combined with the capabilities of Reality Engine for virtual studios and broadcast graphics, the new version of RealityHub will allow broadcasters to use Unreal Engine directly and quickly from the same platform they use to manage everything else in their studio.
“RealityHub was designed to help clients like The Weather Channel, Warner Media and Eurosport by integrating traditional stand-alone control systems into a web browser,” said Kuban Altan, Co-Founder and Vice President of R&D at Zero Density . “This allows teams to manage all delivery configurations without having to worry about lengthy setup processes. With RealityHub 1.2’s Unreal Engine Vanilla support, we are now ushering in a future where RealityHub technology is more accessible than ever before, empowering Unreal Engine creatives in broadcasting, education, live events, and every other industry with the power to control every element of their production from a single hub.
Other key benefits, according to zero density, include:
- Stress-Free Teamwork – Encourage collaboration with a web-based control interface anyone can access on their tablet, laptop or desktop.
- Real-time data integration – Keep your audience in the know by natively connecting to data sources that will automate the display of weather, election, sports or financial information, as well as updating it in real time.
- Native integration with broadcast ecosystems – Integration with newsroom control systems such as Octopus with MOS or any other proprietary protocol. The REST API also allows users to integrate with automations and build third-party integrations.
- Free Community Edition – Supported by Epic Games’ recent Zero Density MegaGrant, the community version of RealityHub is comprehensive, but only accessible to one user at a time.
The Community Edition of RealityHub 1.2 will be available for free download before the end of 2021. For version updates, visit www.zerodensity.tv/products/reality-hub.