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Virtual Broadcast Studio Hire

With the current Global decline in public events and mass gatherings, Lush Digital Media have developed an in house and mobile Virtual 3D Broadcast Studio solution. Within our custom and bespoke 3D environments you can engage with your audience and clients on a whole new level, leveraging the power of Unreal Engine and combined with integration for all popular video conferencing solutions, video, graphic formats, presentation sharing and real time collaboration with other members of the video call. With the addition of Dynamic lighting, shadows and real time visual effects we can take your presentation, product launch or event to unprecedented levels. In addition your broadcast can be simultaneously streamed to non actively participating viewers on all the major video platforms in real time in broadcast quality.

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How Does It Work?

Tablet Design


Custom Set Design


The design of your studio is the first step in producing an outstanding visual experience for your clients. Provide us a brief of your requirements and artwork and we will do the rest

Film Set

Digital Elements

Cameras and Digital Assets


Do you require Live video integration,Polls,multiple camera angles,dynamic lighting, integration from external video sources. All of this is possible with our 3D Virtual Studio

TV Screens

3-2-1 Broadcast

Scripts & Cues


You are now ready to broadcast live interactively with your clients in a safe, socially distanced studio, We undertake a simple run through, set cue points and camera angles

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A Visual and events LED screen hire company based in Cambridgeshire bringing the latest technology and value to our customers with every project

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01767 348768

Unit 4 Kingfisher Court
Hinchingbrooke Business Park
Cambs, PE29 6AA

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