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AI and AR Innovations for AV, Courtesy of ENCO

The ENCO team is heading back to Las Vegas, as InfoComm takes place June 12-14 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

At the event, ENCO will focus on showing off its latest live production and dynamic presentation innovations — this time for AV environments.

Specifically, how artificial intelligence can be called on for “reliable, real-time conversions of text and speech” is at the heart of the InfoComm discussions ENCO will be having.

And, in addition to debuting its latest live captioning and translation system for AV audiences, ENCO will unveil a new text-to-speech solution that uses synthetic voice for instant audio creation.

ENCO will also demonstrate its award-winning virtual production system, accentuating the value of AR/VR/XR graphics for live event production.

“AI has evolved into a mature technology that allows us to improve the accuracy of speech and text conversions,” ENCO President Ken Frommert commented. “That includes live captioning, multi-lingual translations and text-to-speech audio to help users engage wider audiences and ensure ADA compliance. We therefore see strong opportunity for our AI and automation innovations in live production and staging environments for corporate events, worship services and entertainment performances, as well as our powerful all-in-one virtual production solution with augmented reality capabilities.”

Among the products introduced at the NAB Show getting attention at InfoComm are enCaption Sierra, which brings ENCO’s automated captioning technology together with a captioning encoder.

However, InfoComm marks the global debut of ENCO’s AiM audio insertion manager, a text-to-speech product designed to enhance the consumer experience for visually impaired audiences.

“AiM’s AI-driven voice modeling and low-latency text-to-speech engine automatically generates natural-sounding synthetic voices for immediate or pre-scheduled delivery, allowing businesses, airports, transit centers, venues and other users to make dynamic announcements as required,” ENCO shares. “AiM also provides users with multiple voice options that strike the appropriate tone for the audience, and the ability to provide real-time audio translations via ENCO’s proven enTranslate technology.”

AiM is compliant with ADA and 21st Century CVAA guidelines.

ENCO will also show its Qimera Virtual Production system, an Unreal Engine-based virtual compositing tool that allows content creators to create advanced virtual sets and augmented reality graphics anywhere.

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