The Hexagon dolly, motorized column and robotic head can be fully managed from the Vinten Robotic Control (VRC) system.
Select multiple shots from the control surface and execute a seamless move through multiple key frames.
(To be released in July 2016)
At only 30mm (1.18”) height from the ground, this is the lowest profile track design available today.
Developed in the very challenging outside broadcast rental environment, the Hexagon system is easy to set up and tear down.
With no cables outside the track, the cable is housed, nice and tidy, within a small footprint of 0.5m (19.68”).
4 traction wheels with dual synchronized motors enable high traction operation with virtually no slipping.
The track position can be sent to a graphics engine so that the system can be used in an Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality environment.
Straight or curved track shape, up to 2 dollies on one track with collision avoidance, payload configurations and customized ceiling mounts.
With only 30mm (1.18in) height from the ground, this is the lowest profile track design available today. While keeping stability and movement quality at the highest level, it is visually less obtrusive than competitive solutions, allows low shooting positions and minimizes the risk of tripping over.
The Hexagon dolly, motorized column and robotic head natively interfaces to the Vinten control protocol and can be fully managed from the Vinten control system. The Hexagon system is fully integrated with the Vinten Robotic Control (VRC) system so that our new and existing customers can have the best control system and the best dolly – a winning combination.
The Hexagon floor system is the latest design in the field of robotic camera tracks. It features a unique rail shape and robust dolly design for the most demanding environments.
"We will be viewed by over 1.2million viewers and tracks allows us to move across the entire set in seconds with perfect movement".
Ryan Salazar, Editor-In-Chief, Broadcast Beat Magazine.