Whatever your TV or web broadcasting environment, you can rely on our experience and expertise in set design – both physical and virtual. We will give you an environment that lifts the quality of your broadcast, maximises the impact of every camera shot and enhances the performance of your presenters.
Physical Set Design
An impressive set design will help improve your shot and provide a frame for your presenters, improving their performance and how they are perceived.
We design engaging physical sets for TV and web broadcasting – including bespoke furniture for news desks and tables, and internally lit furniture with controllable lighting that complements the set lighting solutions. As experienced set designers, we can also specify your furniture and manage its construction. See our examples for MUFC and PwC
Virtual Set Design and Preparation
Virtual studios can be brought to life with intelligent virtual set designs, producing a credible and convincing broadcast environment.
We design and prepare pre-rendered virtual sets for all the most popular systems such as Newtek Tricaster, VizRT and tOG-VR. This includes designing multiple scenes within a single studio, and credible architectural designs that create apparently real spaces with components based on real world sizes. See our examples for the Met Office, Sun+ and MUFC
Digital backdrops will add depth and perspective to all camera shots, from wides to singles, even within the smallest TV or web broadcast studio.
We produce digital backdrops from still artwork for lightboxes and wall surfaces to animated scenes for large format LED screens. A particular specialism is matching your camera positions for maximum effect, providing a sense of depth when the physical depth does not exist. See our examples for Sky Sports, TV4 (Sweden) and TV3 News (New Zealand)
Digital Environments and Set Extensions
Digital environments can make a physical space appear bigger, taller or deeper. They can mask incompatible building features and enhance a space by adding elements that would be too expensive or impractical to add physically.
Using photography to enhance or replace skies, re-arrange buildings in a landscape, change day to night and winter to summer, we can create the perfect, idealised environment.See our examples for BBC News and ABC News (Australia)