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Sky News uses AR to walk through some possibilities for the future of travel

Sky News uses AR to walk through some possibilities for the future of travel

June 5, 2020Sky News Arabia created an augmented reality segment that showcases how travel may change in a post-COVID-19 world.

The segment features a presenter standing within a 3D set-like environment that “redraws” itself as the interior of a hotel room, where a virtual wall mounted TV screen showcases key facts and accompanying imagery.

The presenter is then shown with a wheeled suitcase and the viewport zooms in on it as a transitional element to having the some anchor appear to be standing within a virtual airport departures gate area.

Other areas illustrated include the check in desks, security and health screening areas and “smart gates.”

After the presenter is shown standing in the middle of a virtual rendition of the revamped gate area the various furnitures and partitions “disappear” and are replaced with the interior of an aircraft.

The segment was created using Zero Density’s Reality platform with rendering from Unreal Engine.

Source: NewscastStudio, Zero Density

For more information, please visit at Sky News Arabia and Zero Density

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Written by VFX Online

VFX Online, now writing with a focus on Visual Effects and Animation and Gaming, writing at VFX Online Blog since 2016. VFX Online in India.

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