Black Pearl BP2V2 Remains Indispensable in Virtual Production
Celebrating ROE Visual's Global Presence in VP Studios
Shenzhen, China (November 2022) – The worldwide application of ROE Visual’s Black Pearl BP2V2 upholds its unique position in the content production market as the ideal display solution. Regarded as the standard LED display for in-camera performance, the BP2V2 panel has undoubtedly become the top choice for projects in virtual production, demonstrating immersive digital environments with unparalleled color vibrancy and lighting accuracy.
The Rise of BP2V2
Since 2018, virtual production technology has continued to make its way into the public eye. First, film and entertainment creatives began utilizing virtual LED backdrops in content creation to expedite post-production timelines and create more immersive sets. At that point, the Black Pearl 2 series experienced stringent testing in all aspects and proved to be the optimal choice for in-camera use. The final success of The Mandalorian witnessed the beginning of the virtual production era.
In line with the constant expansion of the virtual production space, the technology behind the Black Pearl LED panels has been updated. In 2020, ROE Visual launched the BP2V2 panel to meet the higher standards created by the industry. The product became an immediate hit, favored by the experts for its high-quality components and efficient setup.
In 2022, the Black Pearl series was commemorated when the PXO & WFW Vancouver stage became the world's largest LED volume, recognized by the Guinness World Records. The massive LED volume consists of over 2,500 ROE Visual panels. This achievement represents the unrivaled market position of ROE Visual in LED stages. By now, virtual production facilities using BP2V2 tiles have extended worldwide.
The Worldwide Application of ROE Visual’s Black Pearl BP2V2
BP2V2 in Film Studios
ROE Visual's Black Pearl BP2V2 LED panels feature in film studios around the world, including PXO & WFW Stages, Monolith Studios, Cinecittà Studios, Nordisk Film Shortcut Stage, Netflix Studios, TDC Stages, Amazon Studios, XR Studios, and more. The series has won the trust and reputation of various customers in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific regions. Equipped with BP2V2 LED-based virtual production technology, studios offer film and TV producers new, creative options to optimize their production workflow, creating flexible and cost-effective shooting solutions.
The latest version of the world map, showcasing the studios that feature BP2V2.
BP2V2 in Use
Over the years, countless projects have been produced with the help of the BP2V2 LED canvas. Content producers can now dream up any concept and see it come to life on LED displays in real-time, for TV and film productions, broadcasts, concerts, exhibitions, and beyond.
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"The positive feedback from our valued customers has been tremendous, allowing us to build solid global partnerships in this industry segment. Focusing on users' needs, we're confident that our products will continue to make a difference." Grace Kuo, Sales Director at ROE Visual, says, "We appreciate our customers' trust and support. We look forward to more amazing projects supported by our BP2V2 LED panels."
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