Formerly d3 Technologies, disguise is showcasing the gx hardware range at ISE, and providing visitors to the stand with a sneak peek into features of an upcoming software release.
The company has established a range of software and hardware products to design, sequence and control the most progressive events and installations.
The disguise r15 software release includes OmniCal, a camera-based projector calibration engine that improves projection quality and setup time, even for the most complex of setups. Using a network of either iPod Touch devices or wired Ethernet machine vision cameras, OmniCal quickly captures a point cloud of the stage, accurately calibrates projectors to sub-pixel accuracy, and conforms pre-existing surface meshes to match reality. The result allows clients to calibrate large numbers of projectors in less time and with much more confidence, claims the company.
The r15 software also includes Lux, a new visualisation renderer, which offers a more accurate simulation of light levels, camera exposure and occlusion than before. Lux visualisations are simultaneously more compelling to look at, and more accurate and communicative for designers and clients alike, claims the company.
The company is also a sponsor of the World Masters of Projection Mapping competition taking place at ISE2018. Produced with ISE, Amsterdam Light Festival, and the RAI Amsterdam, artists are challenged to create six minute video sequences to be mapped onto the three-dimensional architecture of the EYE Filmmuseum, powered by the disguise 4x4pro.