France TV Covers French Presidential Elections with Reality!

France TV Covers French Presidential Elections with Reality!

Zero Density together with DreamWall have joined forces to help France Télévisions deliver live coverage of the first and second round of the French presidential election on April 23 and May 7.

The companies were chosen by France Télévisions to deliver virtual sets, augmented reality, infographics and animations to enhance the station’s programming, delivering an enhanced, engaging and informative viewer experience.

“With the latest version of Zero Density Photorealistic Virtual Studio Solution Reality, DreamWall produced the most incredibly photorealistic images available today. The team is now working with us to deliver a similarly stimulating experience for the legislative elections that will take place in June.” – Arnaud Vincenti, – Artistic Director of Information Programs and Scenographer, France Télévisions

“We delivered exactly what France Télévisions hoped for,” said Thibault Baras, DreamWall CEO. “France Télévisions had no previous experience of implementing this kind of virtual studio production – this was their first experience – but what they wanted was hugely ambitious, so they relied heavily on our expertise, our ability to innovate and our understanding of how to leverage the enormous capabilities of Zero Density’s Reality. We were able to take the project from kick-off meeting to broadcast in six weeks – a remarkable achievement.”

About DreamWall

DreamWall, graphic design and animation studio located in Belgium, is an active leader in animation, broadcast design, virtual sets and augmented reality operations. For more than 10 years, DreamWall has produced virtual sets and augmented reality to reveal elections results for RTBF (Belgium) European parliament and latest governmental elections in Morocco for SNRT.

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For more information, please visit: http://www.zerodensity.tv and also http://en.dreamwall.be/2017/05/08/elections-presidentielles-france2/

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