Virtual studio by Vu Technologies is set to open in Las Vegas. It would be just south of Harry Reid International Airport. The massive project is going to utilize LED screen technology. It will be successfully employing in the recent big productions like the Disney+ Star Wars show, ‘The Mandalorian.’
Green screens have been the status quo for video products when it does come to shooting video for decades. Then it would transport the actors or scene into an alternate setting. Moreover, green screens are often how the weather is presenting on broadcast news.
The process is enhancing with digital backgrounds which are added in during production that is creating more immersive environments with studios like Vu.
“Also, the virtual backgrounds are really made in a game engine. It is the same engine that does games like Fortnight,” said Tim Moore. He is the founder and CEO of Vu Technologies.
“However, by using those games, we can make environments that, to the camera, really appear to be realistic. However, they are three-dimensional. Moreover, they can be moving around and the worlds can be traveling through.”
Virtual Studio and its Appeal to Productions Outside of Las Vegas
New business to Southern Nevada is such a state-of-the-art studio that it can lure.
Also, Hollywood may just be a short flight away. However, Moore did say Las Vegas was a natural location for expansion. There are many artists, actors, and companies that often come through.
Therefore, Nevada is already really having a promising film, TV, and commercial production scene. Moreover, the Silver State does offer attractive tax incentives with the help of the Nevada Film Office.
“Moving to next is what Las Vegas which is one of the natural locations that Hollywood is going to do. This is according to Tim Moore, founder, and CEO of Vu Technologies.
“We think that Las Vegas is one of the natural locations that Hollywood is going to move to next,” said Tim Moore, founder, and CEO of Vū Technologies. “The spillover effect of film and media is quite a big one. The economic impact if you look at areas like other big cities that have been building off the back of entertainment. And so, in fact, we see the same effect is going to happen here.”