Hiding in plain sight

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Disguise D3 James Sunter (l) and Krzysztof Krabowsky (r)

With live demonstrations on its stand every half hour, disguise (formerly known as d3 Technologies) is previewing its new r15 software release at ISE this year. The upcoming release builds upon the integrated workflow solution, introducing new features: OmniCal, Lux and VR support.

OmniCal is a camera-based projection calibration system. It captures a point cloud of the designer’s stage, calibrating projectors to what the company claims is “sub-pixel accuracy” and conforms pre-existing surface meshes to match reality.

Lux bridges the gap in communication between the technical planning and the creative vision. It offers more compelling light levels, camera exposure and projector simulation than ever before.

VR support will be provided for both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift platforms. Now, said the company, clients and designers can step into a visualisation and be “completely immersed” in the environment.

Nikita Bazalo, marketing manager for disguise said: “ISE is a really good show for us, and this year is super busy. The demonstrations are going well and we have some good crowds coming by. We’re excited to be showcasing OmniCal, which will be released later this year, as wellas previewing the latest in the disguise hardware range.”

The ShowStopper, held on the Panasonic stand in Hall 1, is also being powered by a disguise server and, in addition, is sponsoring the World Masters of Projection Mapping competition taking place at the EYE Filmmuseum tonight.

Produced with Amsterdam Light Festival, ISE and the RAI Amsterdam, the event is powered by the disguise 4x4pro.

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