Disguise launches r16 software
Disguise has announced the release of its r16 software update, featuring workflow improvements for projection and AR projects.
Support for 10-bit and HDR pipeline is included, with improvements made to the Cue List. The ability to work with external control systems is included with a multi-edit function and 181 bug fixes and 121 improvements made.
10-bit colour depth support for the vx 4 and gx 2c servers is included as well as support for colour gamuts such as Rec2020 and an HDR pipeline to enable the use of cameras, content and displays.
Image sequence playback support is included, allowing users to play TIFF, TGA and DPX file sequences in either eight or 10-bit.
The NotchLC codec is also supported as well as a single calibration workflow for both projection and automation.
Mapping matter integration has also been added, with users able to set up projectors in mapping matter and import them into Disguise, with projector data such as position, name, resolution and lumens able to be imported.
Workflows for augmented reality are also included, with support for camera tracking systems being featured to allow users to feed camera tracking data into the 3D stage, as well as tracked objects attached to virtual cameras, with a full xR feature set scheduled to become available in future releases.