Blogs and Whitepapers
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ROE Visual offers a wide collection of whitepapers and blogs on several LED technology related topics. Learn more in your own time with these free downloads.
ROE Visual has found a selection of ROE Academy trainers, engineers, content creators, all experts in their own field, willing to share their expertise and tricks of the trade.
Sharing their knowledge in these free whitepapers and blogs enables you to make your work just that touch easier.
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Get to grips with the nuances and limitations of working with LED volumes in Virtual Production. This Blog dives into the possibilities and challenges of using LED for on-camera applications.
Virtual production technology has taken flight over the last year, fueled by the success of Disney’s The Mandalorian series. Do you want to learn more about “xR”? This paper aims to give an introduction to the LED technology and challenges involved in creating xR setups.
New technology often comes with a new set of terminology. To guide your way into the what-is-what of LED technology for virtual production we have complied this easy and no-nonsense thesaurus.
A silent revolution is taking place on film and TV sets. Virtual production is enabling productions to create immersive and dynamic sets, based on LED panels. Why do the ROE Visual panels have such an outstanding performance for film and broadcast production?
Creating interactive generative content is a little bit different than regular content design, requiring some different tools and skills. In this guide we take you through the basic requirements for designing interactive content for the interactiveROE Visual Black Marble LED floor.
ROE Visual likes to give you some practical tips and tricks to make and prepare content that aligns perfectly with the platform or screen it will be used on. This might help you to work more efficiently in creating platform specific content resulting in awesome visual and a happy client.
Did you ever walk outside in the wind and rain and tried to hold on to your umbrella? Now think of the same, but with an umbrella 200 times the size. That gives you an impression of wind force. You need proper knowledge of the situation before building an LED screen in an outdoor environment.