Zero Density team holding award on NAB 2022 showroom floor

Zero Density Wins Product of the Year Award at NAB 2022

AI-powered tracking system TRAXIS talentS won the award, which is given to the most significant new technologies at the show

Zero Density is proud to announce that its AI-powered, talent-tracking system, TRAXIS talentS, has won a Product of the Year award at this year’s NAB! The award, which was selected by a panel of industry experts, recognizes the most significant, promising, and innovative new products exhibited at the show.

Built for virtual studios, live events, and augmented reality applications, talentS is the industry’s first AI-powered, stereoscopic, talent-tracking system. Features include:

●       AI tracking technology that makes wearables and markers obsolete. This means on-set talent can always move freely, without any extra gear getting in the way of creativity.

●       Out-of-the-box integration to Zero Density’s Reality ecosystem, making it easier than ever to create visually accurate reflections, refractions, and shadows of live talent, no matter where they are in 3D space.

●       Connectivity with industry-standard FreeD protocol, giving anyone the flexibility to use talentS as a standalone product.

“The 2022 NAB Show Product of the Year Awards honor innovative breakthroughs that will change the way the media and entertainment industry creates, connects and capitalizes content,” said NAB Executive Vice President of Global Connections and Events Chris Brown. “We congratulate Zero Density on this award in recognition of TRAXIS talentS and its potential to help storytellers meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.”

Want to learn more? Read all about TRAXIS talentS here.


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