EX 3 is designed specifically for location-based experiences and fixed installations
UK - disguise has announced the launch of EX 3 - a 4K video playback solution designed specifically for location-based experiences and fixed installations. EX 3 unlocks the scalability of the full disguise platform, which has powered more than 600 immersive experiences in more than 50 countries. The platform - which includes disguise’s Designer software, newly-launched APIs, and the disguise Cloud collaboration toolkit - lets creatives benefit from an end-to-end workflow from concept to delivery, so they can bring their vision to life from one connected platform.
“Creative studios increasingly have to deliver a wider variety of projects,” says Raed Al Tikriti, chief product and technology officer at disguise. “With the EX 3, we’ve made doing this easier and more accessible than ever. Even if you only need video playback for an hour, you’ll be able to design, edit and deliver scalable installations, all without leaving the disguise platform.”
Featuring three 4K video outputs suitable for both projection and LED displays, each EX 3 is designed to playback video with minimal latency. Depending on the needs of the show, additional EX 3 machines can also be added and synced together to scale out the video playout. Work at scale and be able to make changes to content on the fly from Designer without changing the system infrastructure. This is also helpful should you wish to run concurrent shows on the same system.
“Displaying high-resolution video on a building, LED stage, or event space can make a massive difference to how immersive your final experience is” says Al Tikriti. “With EX 3 you can do this while being flexible for whatever tomorrow brings. You can build your video sequence and make changes on the fly in Designer; share 3D previews of your stage in the cloud with our Previz app; and even build custom show control with our APIs. Then, you’ll be able to trust that the EX 3 will map it all out onto any canvas - at pixel-perfect quality.”

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