First Responders Live on Fox | Augmented Reality Graphics

Fox’s latest show First Responders Live premiered on June 12th! Reality Engine  powered the Augmented Reality elements ranging from logos, virtual windows to maps in order to enhance the storytelling. CGLA Studios , based in Los Angeles has designed the augmented reality graphics for the premiere and will continue the work for another six weeks.

The show follows fire fighters, EMTs and policemen with dozens of cameras deployed all over the US cities, rushing into the crisis scene. The show is hosted live by Josh Elliott who uses and interacts with the augmented elements.

About CGLA Studios
CGLA Studios designs, integrates and provides Virtual/Augmented Reality graphics for live television, entertainment shows and corporate events, based in Los Angeles.

About Zero Density
Zero Density is a global leader in real-time graphics and virtual studio technologies for the broadcasting, live events, and esports industries. As the leader in gaming technology in broadcasting, Zero Density offers innovative and user-friendly products that have been adopted by some of the world’s largest companies for covering elections, news and major sporting events such as the World Cup and the Olympics. Headquartered in Turkey, the company also has a US office and serves clients such as The Weather Channel, RTL, Fox Sports and Warner Media.