Brompton in the frame for Moto Stage XR
Friday, 26 November 2021
moto-stage-eventKa-Ming Li (Brompton product application engineer), Phil Cui (Moto founder), Summer Zhang (account manager at Brompton), Kenny Mai (Brompton senior field Applications engineer)
China - Part of the Aochi Production Resource Platform, Moto Group is one of China’s largest commercial advertising resource platforms. It has offices and service teams in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Vancouver, as well as three large-scale production studios and a Fortune 500 clientelle and has recently announced its first Moto Stage XR in Shanghai. Brompton Technology is one of the partners that has invested its technology and technical expertise into developing this new facility.
The studio focuses on the research, development and application of XR visual effects technology, creating seamless connection and a perfect immersion into physical and virtual reality across film, broadcast, TV, advertising and other areas.
The studio’s opening ceremony, held on 16 October, attracted many industry leaders including TVCBOOK, Wunderman Thompson, Havas, Publicis, Hakuhodo, Ogilvy, neone, Advertising ‘godfather’ Tomaz Mo, Infiled, and Base FX among others.
“The opening ceremony offered us a perfect platform to re-connect with our clients and offer them the opportunity to experience the power and multitude of creative possibilities of XR technology,” says Moto founder, Phil Cui. “We also had the Brompton Technology team and other key partners participating in an open discussion about the future of XR and the effect of this reality-blending technology on the creative industry.”
Moto Stage XR comprises a large 14m x 4.4m LED volume made up of INFiLED DB2.6 S8 panels and driven by Brompton Tessera SX40 4K LED processors. A trackable camera for real-time rendering is used to achieve extremely realistic scenes in the studio, as well as dynamic capture and content interaction, which all make one of the most cutting-edge film-level virtual production technologies to be found in the field of XR production.
“The event allowed attendees to experience how traditional production techniques could be totally transformed with the use of XR technology and how new creative possibilities can be achieved in commercial advertising, film, television, as well as exhibitions and other industries,” says Brompton account manager, Summer Zhang.
“As a company, Brompton has invested a lot of expertise and resource in the XR field, and we are excited to see our Tessera LED processors fully integrated into the Moto Stage XR studio’s ecosystem. We look forward to continuing to maintain a close cooperative relationship with the MOTO team and are excited to see Brompton processing being used for future XR stages.”

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