IBC will be the platform for the European launch of the Ruby RB1.5 LED panel from Roe Visual.
In common with the Ruby RB2.3 introduced in 2020, the Ruby LED panel is equipped with 4in1 LED technology, which Roe Visual says results in more robust LED panels with less reflection and a wide viewing angle. Roe Visual claims the LED panel offers more contrast due to an optimised black body, with striking colours.
Ruby is fully HDR adaptive with advanced driver ICs and large colour space LEDs
The company will also showcase a selection of its latest products, including the Black Marble LED floor, which is now also available in a deep black anti-reflective, matte finish, ideal for studio environments. The company says this is in high demand for broadcast as well as immersive XR stages.
Black Pearl BP2V2 LED, a high-performance, broadcast-grade HD-LED panel used for large LED volumes, will also be on show. Designed for use in film studios, XR stages and virtual production applications, it offers true-to-content colour representation, high frame rate, high refresh rate and low scan lines.
Roe Visual and its GhostFrame partners AGS and Megapixel VR have selected IBC2021 as the central platform to premiere GhostFrame technology, which will be demonstrated live throughout the show. Members of the GhostFrame team will be on the Hall 9 stand to explain the technology and its application for film and broadcast.
Roelof Bouwman, general manager for Roe Visual EU, said: “Our growing engagement with and expertise in the market for broadcast and film is manifested in our current product portfolio. We’re well-aware of the demanding requirements that go hand-in-hand with working with in-camera shoots. Our partnerships with Arri, Unreal Engine and disguise not only reflect that engagement but are also focused on getting the most out of the LED technology for our users.”
Bouwman added that the Roe Visual team is excited to engage with its partners and clients, offering a Covid safe environment at the stand. “We look forward to the show immensely, having vis-a-vis contact with clients and visitors again,” added Bouwman.