Join GTC Sponsor, Mo-Sys at the KitPlus Show at Twickenham to catch up on the latest Virtual Production technology, broadcast workflow tools, training and workshops. Mo-Sys Academy will host a series of short Virtual Production Training taster sessions and it will be showcasing an infiLED LED screen courtesy of Bendac in addition to hosting a panel session discussing “The Future of Virtual Production Training”.
Virtual Production Training
11:15am, 12:15pm, 13:15pm and 15:15pm
Mo-Sys Academy will host a series of short Virtual Production Training taster sessions throughout KitPlus Twickenham 2022. Mo-Sys Academy offers an exciting new opportunity to learn Virtual Production from industry-leading professionals, featuring skills and techniques that are at the forefront of the modern broadcast and film industry. The Academy provides the ideal opportunity to get hands-on experience with Mo-Sys’ ground-breaking VP technologies.
There will be 4 sessions starting at 11:15am, 12:15pm, 13:15pm and 15:15pm – all free to attend on first come basis, no extra workshop registration is needed as long as you have registered to come to the event.
The Future of Virtual Production Training
14:30pm Main Stage
Mo-Sys will also be hosting a panel session at 14:30pm discussing how to overcome the skills gap and maximise the opportunities of LED Virtual Production for Film and Broadcast with panellists including Alex Boutellier of Ravensbourne University London and David Levy Director, Business Development, Global Solutions at ARRI.
Virtual Production (VP) is rapidly growing – and evolving. It offers cost efficiency, reduced environmental impact and increased creativity as the boundaries to what is possible are pushed ever further outwards. Its uptake is challenged mainly by the shortage of trained VP technicians and a lack of hands-on practical learning opportunities for university students and industry professionals looking to upskill.
Known for its innovative solutions and expertise in VP for the broadcast, commercial and film industries, Mo-Sys along with industry and academic representatives will discuss “The Future of Virtual Production Training”, addressing the skills shortage and providing insight and useful information around the career development paths that exist.
The Guild of Television Camera Professionals (GTC) is an independent craft association predominantly for professional TV, digital and film camera crew designed to support our members by facilitating excellence, education, knowledge and networking in moving image production. The GTC welcomes media professionals internationally across all moving image disciplines as members.
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