Polycam Chat uses artificial intelligence to bring new levels of accuracy to small-scale, in-stadium broadcasts while minimizing footprint and productions costs. Its unique face and limb detection software automates camera operation for up to four presenters or guests, easily tracking their movements to provide stable and natural looking content.
The AFC100 is the recommended platform for the use with the Polycam Chat solution. This robotic camera platform gives the user full access to all of the Polycam Chat’s features but allows them to use their existing camera equipment.
Pre-programmed interview set-ups use preset positions to help locate and frame subjects. This is particularly useful for temporary ‘pop-up’ studios or interview situations where space is limited. Additionally, the face and limb detection systems can be permanently enabled to allow additional subjects to easily join and leave the broadcast.
The operator has the option to set ‘static zones’ within the shot. After framing their subject, they can then set a ‘static zone’ to control how far the subject can move before the camera starts to follow it, resulting in more natural camera movements.
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