AI-based edge appliance makes creating video content simple: Page 2 of 2

January 30, 2019 //By Julien Happich
AI-based edge appliance makes creating video content simple
The REA-C1000 is Sony’s first Artificial Intelligence (AI) based Edge Analytics solution, allowing users to create video content in real time, without the need for specialist training or additional staff or equipment.

Based on Sony's motion detection technology, the REA-C1000's chroma key-less function can extract the presenters and overlay them onto any background without the need for a dedicated backscreen or specialist training. This offers a simple, cost-effective chroma key solution to make content like corporates videos, interviews, webinars and e-learning materials much more appealing and engaging. This feature will be made available through a future software update later in 2019. With PTZ Auto Tracking, the REA-C1000 can accurately and smoothly track a presenter, ensuring they constantly stay in frame and in focus throughout their presentation.

The Focus Area Cropping feature allows an image from one camera to be simultaneously shown as two different output images. Users are able to get an overview image in 4K and a cropped image in HD. The cropped area is selectable to be static or dynamic to follow the speaker’s movement. This feature will be made available through a future software update later in 2019.

The REA-C1000 can detect and react to the gestures of audience members, allowing it to show both the whole image and zoomed image in real time. When an audience member stands up, the REA-C1000 can trigger the camera to electronically auto-zoom in to that person, which is particularly useful in education environments to measure students’ reaction and in corporate presentation settings such as during a Q&A session. The REA-C1000 will support 4K/HD input and output, and will be able to connect directly to Sony’s PTZ cameras, including its range of XDCAM camcorders.

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