Cameron Pace Group, the 3D production technology company set up by Hollywood film director James Cameron and long-term collaborator Vince Pace at the NAB show earlier this year, has formed a strategic alliance with production technology provider Grass Valley to develop 3D workflow for the broadcast arena, develop new products for the market, and advance and promote production solutions in the live 3D sports and entertainment broadcasting areas.
“We have to have powerful alliances with people who are major players in broadcast in order to really be able to fulfill this future and supply the kind of quality 3D entertainment that people are going to demand,” said Cameron. “It’s very exciting what we’re going to be able to do together, in term of creating new products and integrating them into the workflows. We’ve been working together for a long time and this just formalizes the relationship.”
As a first step, Cameron Pace will incorporate Grass Valley production technologies, including the Kayenne video production centre switcher, K2 production clients, and K2 Dyno replay controllers into their most current 3D production truck.
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