Realmotion to Offer Media Server Software Separately From Its Hardware

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Realmotion announced Realmotion Engine software will debut this summer — a software-only version of its core technology in its media servers. Some of Realmotion’s installations include the MCO Moment Vault in Orlando, the LAX Time Tower in Los Angeles, the Statue of Liberty Museum in New York, the Sofitel Paris Hotel, Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas, the Welcome Wall at the One World Observatory in New York, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida, and the TD Union Station in Toronto.

Realmotion Engine is a spatial computing software platform built by game engine developers to handle both dynamic, interactive elements in real-time as well as linear video content. Integrated with a range of commercial-grade sensors and content creation platforms, it claims to offer “flexibility, performance and reliability needed for projects of all scales.”

Realmotion Engine offers the ability to integrate sensor data, media outputs, media playback, lighting management and content management through one scalable software. Users can layer various features and technologies to develop dynamic outputs tailored to their specific needs, effectively optimizing production workflows, and reducing operational costs by lessening the need for multiple platforms, systems and tools.

Realmotion Engine can be used in interactive digital experiences, projection mapping, digital art installations, broadcast, live event venues, activations, digital signage, as well as theme based entertainment and location-based entertainment.

Realmotion says the Realmotion Engine’s key performance differentiators include its real-time rendering capabilities, wide range of sensor integration, real-time media support (Unreal Engine, TouchDesigner, Notch, Unity), uncompressed video playback, scripting, CMS and Show Control integration. These key features enable users to greatly simplify the structure of AV installations and, thus, reduce the cost of ownership and operation.