Amplify editor Emily M. Reigart interviews Tim Moore about Vū’s plans for the 2022 NAB Show.
Moore, CEO of Vū, previews some of the new products, technologies, customers and partners Vū will be showcasing at its NAB Show booth this year and shares some business and technology trends he’s identified within the industry.
The 2022 NAB Show will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center April 23–27.
About Tim Moore
Three-time Emmy Award winner Tim Moore co-founded North America’s largest virtual studio network, Vū Studios and serves as Vū’s CEO. Moore and fellow co-founder Jon Davila established Vū’s first virtual production studio in Tampa Bay, FL, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Believing that an enduring global pandemic exposed an urgent need for virtual production and by bringing the full measure of their talents and abilities to the opportunities and challenges, Moore and Davila developed the technologies and techniques that are driving Vū to be one of the world’s fastest growing turnkey virtual production studio networks. As virtual production pioneers, Moore and Davila are acknowledged by their peers as early innovators and thought leaders in the burgeoning virtual production industry.
Today, Vū’s virtual production facilities provide a safe, controlled space for filmmakers and other creatives to shoot their productions in a virtual environment, achieving radically reduced travel and location requirements, associated boosts in creative outcomes, and attractive cost savings. As an intellectually driven entrepreneur, Moore is the holder of several patents for Vū technology. Moore is also a published author, releasing the comprehensive guide to purpose-driven marketing Sold on Purpose: Marketing to the Conscious Consumer in 2019. As founder of the Tampa Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Moore dedicates pro bono time to inspire community leaders to uplift their communities through positive public messaging.
Vū Technologies Corp (Vū) specializes in virtual production of advertising and corporate video, film and episodic television with a fast-growing network of studios across North America. Headquartered in Tampa Bay, Florida, with studios in Nashville, Tennessee and Las Vegas, Nevada, Vū plans on continued expansion of its studio network throughout 2022. Unlike conventional filmmaking, virtual production allows filmmakers to shoot photo realistic virtual environments in studio instead of having to travel on location, saving both cost and time. As the national leader in virtual production technology and methodologies, and owner of several fundamental patents in the field, Vū is quickly becoming the largest and most important virtual studio network in North America.