Formed in Carentoire, Brittany, in 1986, Ubisoft is today one of the world’s leading companies in video game creation, publishing and distribution. With over 10,000 employees working across six continents, Ubisoft boasts a diverse portfolio of renowned brands including Assassin’s Creed, Rainbow Six, Far Cry, Watch Dogs and Just Dance.

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Vantage is Vicon’s flagship range of cameras. The sensors have resolutions of 5, 8 and 16 megapixels, with sample rates up to 2000Hz – this allows you to capture fast movements with very high accuracy. The cameras also have built-in temperature and bump sensors, as well as a clear display, to warn you if cameras have moved physically or due to thermal expansion. High-powered LEDs and sunlight filters mean that the Vantage is also the best choice for outdoor use and large volumes.


The reference video camera has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels (full HD) up to 60Hz in full colour. Fully synchronized and compatible with T-Series, Bonita, Vantage and Vero cameras in the same system, the Vue lets you capture marker data and reference video simultaneously. Using the Active Calibration Wand, you can also calibrate the Vue camera, which allows you to overlay all 3D data on top of the video.


Shogun has been designed for the requirements and workflow of VFX/Entertainment users. The focus is to save time, and this is achieved by doing as much in real time as possible. To this end, Shogun introduces unique features such as real time actor calibration, automatic recovery of bumped cameras and unbreakable solving – the latter enables you to get a good skeletal solve even when a high proportion of markers is occluded, which again minimizes clean-up time afterwards.

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