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    Volucam Camera Series Update – IO Industries

    April 22, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    IO Industries Inc. is very pleased to offer another edition of our online webinar series. Our goal is to provide our online community with industry knowledge and experience as it pertains to the digital video markets and applications we are intimately familiar with, such as volumetric capture, computer vision, sports and event broadcasting, and more.

    In this event, we will talk about two new models in our Volucam™ camera series featuring brand-new high-resolution Sony sensors.In addition to this we will also take a dive into the StudioCap-VC software functionality and the new support for compressed RAW recording and background exporting.

    IO Industries Volucam™ camera is designed specifically for volumetric video capture studios, Volucam is a new series of all-in-one video cameras with internal RAW recording. Compared to many of the 2-part (Camera + DVR) solutions IOI has provided volumetric capture studios thus far, Volucam incorporates key innovations resulting in accelerated workflow, simplified configuration and reduced support time.

    Beyond simplifying multi-camera operations in general, such as mass setup and synchronization, a key capability Volucam offers is reducing the delay between recording and processing the recorded video. Volucam records high-bandwidth raw video to its internal high-capacity storage, ensuring no frames are dropped, then the camera transfers the video at high speed through a 10GigE connection to a network-attached storage system. 3D reconstruction processing can begin quicker, allowing faster turn-around to volumetric video deliverables.