AV Stumpfl, Austrian award-winning creator of mobile and installation projection screens, multi-display and show control systems, will be heading to InfoComm 2021, which takes place in Orlando from 27 – 29 October.
The team will be exhibiting AV Stumpfl’s award-winning projection screen systems and the latest version of its PIXERA media server software, alongside its AT64-SHIFT screen system legs. This product allows users to assemble a large mobile projection screen in minutes, as well as easily and quickly adjusting the height and is compatible with all mobile AV Stumpfl screen systems
Attendees will also be able to discover the company’s Fullwhite screen design product, which has proved successful around the world thanks to its depthless and borderless appearance. This has the effect of making projected images appear to float in mid-air.
New functions of PIXERA
The team will be showcasing PIXERA v1.8 on the booth as well, which features a new show control system called PIXERA control. This is a distributed integration and control framework that enables users to seamlessly host new functionalities within PIXERA and to control all aspects of an extended project environment. Anything a user creates and integrates can be distributed across the connected systems.
In addition to this, third party systems can communicate directly with the PIXERA API via dedicated modules.
The solution is also integrated with Smart Monkey’s ISAAC Workspace, for unified programming and a front-end client interface for pro-AV installations. ISAAC events can be created and synced with the ISAAC calendar directly from within the PIXERA control interface. Users can pass variables to ISAAC and create a UI that can then be displayed right within ISAAC Workspace.
Furthermore, PIXERA version 1.8 can enable users to realise virtual production setups that feature XR, AR and/or MR components. One key development in this context is “resource as compositing”. This new workflow feature means that PIXERA users can easily employ and interact with 3D worlds originating with other software environments, such as Unreal, Unity and Notch.
Navigating inside the preview, editing perspectives inside the virtual world and several additional functionalities are now possible, using familiar PIXERA tools.
The team can be found on booth #1721.
AV Stumpfl also recently celebrated the opening of a new experience, Studio 100 Story Studio, based on the Meir in Antwerp, Belgium. This immersive AV attraction is a collaboration between Studio 100 and CityCubes.