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I'm currently writing my dissertation on "Can virtual production technology be used in an audience facing live event"

The premise of this study is to see how the main technical components from VP could be used in front of a live audience. Due to VP looking quite ugly from a tidiness point of view with base stations and unrendered video content segments, I'm exploring ways it could be used in an appealing way when a live audience is present.


- Tracking light fixtures to alter video wall content lighting

- Creating a small separate VP studio a performer could go into with the footage from a tracked camera being displayed on viewing screens for the audience

If anyone has any experience, pointers, ideas or general thoughts, please leave a message 🙂


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