The collaborative nature of the disguise solution was also helpful for this project, as Ravi also explains. “Working as part of a wider team to bring the ITV Creates project to life, everyone on the project was able to view, comment and adjust right up to and including showtime.”
Ravi’s ITV idents appeared during the first batch of creations for 2019. His next use of disguise technology will be seen on two prestigious upcoming projects at the New York Met and Opera houses.
“I use disguise throughout most of my work,” he says. “From the planning stages for projection studies, to the actual show playback systems - disguise products like the solo server and QuickCal are integral to what I do. They are great for both small shows with just a couple of projectors, to large ones with over 1500 square meters of projected surface.
“QuickCal is also particularly helpful with absolute accuracy of rendering any 3D object due to disguise's calibration algorithm which takes the virtual reference points and links exactly to their corresponding real-world points. My work is often challenging and QuickCal offers a reliable and proven resolution,” he said.