VICON VIRTUAL PRODUCTION


Bringing together Vicon’s industry leading tracking of both rigid object and full body subjects, the virtual production pipeline allows users to track film and video cameras alongside highly realistic digital characters, with fingers and face, all within the Shōgun platform.

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VICON INDUSTRY PANEL WEBINAR SERIES


Join us for our new free industry panel series, featuring live discussions and Q&A covering game development and mocap education, hosted by Vicon VFX Product Manager, Tim Doubleday.

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DNEG


Find out how DNEG uses pixel-perfect Vicon tracking of its cameras to support filmmakers’ creativity.

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Life Sciences

Discover our tailored services designed for life sciences, at every level.

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Entertainment

Explore the industry’s best solution for the discerning global VFX community.

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Engineering

Learn how our robust tracking solutions are helping the automotive, defense, aerospace and manufacturing industries.

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Virtual Reality

Find out how we are helping the world’s most exciting VR content developers.

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VICON PRODUCTS

 

We have revolutionized the motion capture industry for 35 years,
by pioneering a range of technologies – from optical to inertial and VR
– to allow our customers to capture and analyze motion of all kinds.

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Shōgun

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Nexus

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Capture.U

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Tracker

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“Origin’s key features of reliability and quality of tracking were exactly what we were looking for to help our product expand across many different locations without sacrificing the quality of our experience.”

Wilco Vos
CTO, VR Arcade

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VFX Vision Paper

In this new free vision paper, Vicon and some key influential customers share views on where the future of motion capture in the entertainment industry is heading.
Read it to find out more about the trends and factors that are driving developments in the use of such technologies not only in the entertainment industry, but also the virtual production industry, onwards to 2025.

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