Ryot aims to be a next-generation motion picture studio, blending advanced technology with compelling narratives. The company is experimenting with new production, graphics, audio, and finishing technologies within Innovation Studio to bring to life what will be possible when 5G wireless is widely deployed. These new methods range from the latest in motion capture to mixed reality. The arrival of 5G will afford the delivery of near-cinema-quality computer animation in real time via 3D game engines and cloud-based rendering.
Ryot has been a video innovator since its launch in 2010. It was the first to capture war and disaster footage in 360 video, and it was the first company to produce news and comedy series in virtual reality for a significant platform thanks to its work with Hulu.