Glassbox Technologies announced the release of an upgrade to its cross-platform virtual camera solution DragonFly.
The latest upgrade, DragonFly 2.0, offers advancements in camera tracking capabilities, including the addition of HTC VIVE’s VIVE Tracker support, a number of flexible workflow features, new floating license options, and the addition of live motion capture support.
"We’ve been lucky enough to work closely with our clients over the past few months to identify what would make a big difference to them in the midst of these challenges times," said Glassbox CPO and co-founder Mariana Acuña Acosta. "More than ever, content creators are looking for flexibility to work remotely with a number of different production technologies, and we’re confident our new release will make that process easier than ever for our users."
One of the most important additions is the native support of the Vive Tracker, HTC VIVE’s universal tracking device. Glassbox teamed up with HTC Vive to develop an intuitive out-of-the-box solution.
"The Glassbox suite of tools is quickly becoming a game-changer for our Virtual Production teams. Their dedication to rapid feedback, development, and creative solves is exactly what you need in a technology partner," said Jason Osterday of Electronic Arts.