This week we had the honor to interview Marc Rowley, CEO of Live CGI, which recently built the NBA 2K League’s virtual studio. Marc also worked for ESPN for 18+ years where he built cutting edge technologies (AR, VR..). Throughout our conversation, we touched on his … Continue readingUpside Video Chat: Marc Rowley, CEO of Live CGI
Esports operation leveraged LiveCGI to connect crew and casters spread across U.S. While NBA stars are giving esports a go with the NBA 2K Players Tournament, the two-year-old NBA 2K League has stayed busy with its NBA2KL Three for All Showdown over the past two weeks. Spurred by … Continue readingNBA 2K League Goes Virtual for ‘Three for All Showdown’ Production
We have a product that fills a need, creating live content at a fraction of a cost. Feeling pretty excited these days. We have a product that fills a need, creating live content at a fraction of a cost. We do this by removing traditional … Continue readingChanging Live Production – 100% CGI
Live CGI was nominated for Product of the year at NAB. Watch the video!
Very impressed to see how well the live augmented reality was executed for League of Legends World Championship Final.
At Live CGI we are very excited in the present and future of live augmented reality. Live AR has the capability to unlock over one billion devices.
ILMxLab moves a digital camera around while adjusting the behavior of light to show off the new real-time ray-tracing tech.
At GDC 2018, NVIDIA showcased its brand new real-time ray tracing tech, RTX. NVIDIA RTX consists of a highly scalable ray-tracing technology running on NVIDIA Volta architecture GPUs and it was officially announced for DX12, although it is architected to support ray tracing through a variety of … Continue readingEpic Games suggests developers to use real-time ray tracing
This is an astronomical investment in competitive gaming and the future of Fortnite, and it is a clear sign from the studio that it is planning long-term support for the last-player-standing game. … Continue readingFortnite gets $100 million from Epic for esports push
VR is entering its third E3 after releasing two years ago and it’s fair to say it hasn’t made quite the splash some thought it might have by now. Last year’s show was saved almost single-handedly by Bethesda announcing Skyrim VR and Doom VFR and … Continue readingE3 2018 VR Guide