Design Corps Joins the NewTek Developer Network ...

... to offer TriCaster users a range of virtual set designs and a bespoke design service

In Brief:Design Corps officially joined the NewTek Developer Network today to offer a range of unique, user-customisable virtual set designs for use w ith NewTek TriCaster multi-camera video production systems.

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Main Story: Design Corps, a UK-based creative agency providing design, visualisation, animation and interactive services to clients worldwide, are pleased to announce their collaboration with NewTek through the NewTek Developer Network.

Design Corps provide a range of unique virtual sets for use with TriCaster systems and the Virtual Set Editor (VSE). The sets come with user-customisable features and are supplied ready to use. Design Corps also offer extended customisation on existing sets as well as a bespoke design service so that clients can have a set that is truly unique to them.

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Virtual sets are an excellent way to have your own impressive studio set but without any of the overheads of actually building a real-world one. Design Corps’ sets are designed and rendered to the highest standard and are full of all of the tiny details that help sell them as a ‘real’ image.  A virtual set can be customised to increase ROI and can be easily replaced with a new design when the time is right for an update.

Michael Kornet, executive vice president of Business Development for NewTek said, “We are pleased to welcome Design Corps into the NewTek Developer Network. Virtual sets provide video producers an incredible opportunity to add high production value at a minimum cost. Design Corps provides Tricaster users with unlimited creative possibilities to customize their virtual sets to enhance their brands and distinguish themselves to their audience.”

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Chris Trill, MD of Design Corps said “We are extremely excited to be joining the NewTek Developer Network. We think we have a unique approach to set design due to our background in visualisation for Architecture and Engineering and we’re looking forward to working with the global network of TriCaster users on some great sets.”

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