WingWarp is a cutting-edge HD wireless multicamera system, production suite and graphics package that is changing sports broadcasting and instant replay.
We make it possible to deliver the highest-quality production experience with multiangle instant replay at a price anyone can afford. No other software or hardware is required.
WingWarp gives you all the software and hardware you need to deliver truly great livestreams.
Manage your entire fleet of WingWarp wireless cameras from a MacBook. Our intuitive UI makes production easy enough for a student.
The WingWarp Instant Replay system shatters the existing paradigm of single camera streams and exponentially enhances the fan experience. It also qualifies you to host NCAA championship events.
If you want to make sure your games are good enough for network and cable television but don't want to spend a fortune, you use WingWarp.
Comparable quality graphics packages cost $4000+. WingWarp Graphics are included and are setup for scoreboard and data integration.
Our HD cameras allow up to 20x zoom, 60 fps, 1080p resolution and remote automatic pan tilt zoom capabilites. They are also weather resistant and can handle permanent outdoor installation.
Our streaming technology solves the major technical challenge of wirelessly sending huge amounts of data from 9 cameras to a central hub in milliseconds.
You can integrate your own cameras with operators into the WingWarp system.
Setting up a production can be a hassle that often involves up to an entire day at a facility preparing for an event. With WingWarp, you just turn the cameras on and open your computer. Then you are ready to go.
WingWarp gives you the power to do everything you need directly from your MacBook. Production studio, graphics, instant replay controls and color commentary.
Production is as much an art as science. We simplify the process for you so you can focus on the art.
“ "Blown away by the number of angles they have on plays...so clear and showed everything I wanted in that review. I couldn’t ask for anything more."