February Newsletter

CJP Broadcast News: Virtual Production in the Spotlight with Industry Partners and more…

Welcome to the latest CJP Newsletter! This month we have seen incredible results coming from our #partners making full use of their #virtualproduction facilities, and were delighted to discover the latest VP trends and future innovations with Mo-Sys and VES. Read on for more details!

This month, Kieran had the opportunity to spend the day at Mo-Sys Engineering Ltd for the Visual Effects Society #virtualproduction open day. There were insightful demonstrations of the latest VP technology from Mo-Sys, introduction to the #gaussiansplatting method and #motioncapture. The visitors also benefitted from a tour of the Mo-Sys academy, showcasing the brilliant facilities available for attendees on their courses. CJP is happy to be working with the Mo-Sys team on delivering both large scale and smaller hybrid solutions!

It has been fantastic to see the launch of the StartUp Croydon Creative Digital Lab where CJP Broadcast Service Solutions Ltd implemented a cost effective #virtualproduction studio along with #editing and #grading #postproduction facilities. Featuring Mo-Sys Engineering Ltd StarTracker Max camera tracking and Absen PL1.9 LED Panels, it really is a superb package for #corporate and #education. Watch the full video here >

“We want to be able to provide students across all backgrounds the opportunity to get hands on with the latest technology.”

Kieran Phillips talks to Reece Webb of Inavate about what we’re doing to introduce diverse young talents to the world of #AV and how we’re promoting an inclusive workforce through gender balance and #culturaldiversity in our hiring practices.

Watch the interview here > or read it in the latest issue of Inavate here >

It’s great to read about the TV production students at Solent University making full use of the new, ground-breaking #virtualproduction #studio we installed, with a major live streaming project titled “Nothing But Net.” Read more about the megaproject, which involved the streaming of a #SolentKestrels basketball game using a 15 camera set-up, courtside reporters and pre and post-match interviews here >

In an era where #digital storytelling and innovation are paramount, Kingston University recognised the need to bolster its teaching and research capabilities within its moving image studios. Seeking to transcend traditional boundaries and foster #creativity, the university embarked on a transformative journey with CJP Broadcast Service Solutions Ltd. Through a strategic partnership, #CJP integrated state-of-the-art #virtualproduction facilities into Kington University’s existing infrastructure, paving the way for unparalleled opportunities in digital #media education. Read the full case study here >