Polygon Labs - Disguise - Unreal

Polygon Labs, a data and content visualisation solutions platform aimed at the broadcast world, has been acquired by disguise.

By adding Polygon Labs to its award-winning workflow, disguise will create integrations that will enable xR studios to access a wider range of broadcast workflows that power remote production and cloud-based collaboration. Users of both disguise and Polygon Labs will be able to benefit from “easy-to-manage”, data-driven graphics workflows that run Unreal Engine fully natively, as well as enhanced graphics design and production capabilities.

Today, through its suite of software solutions and creative services, Polygon Labs offers a cloud-native platform and turnkey services that have been trusted by leading global broadcasters such as CNN, Univision, The Weather Channel and TV Globo. Polygon Labs dynamically controls and delivers high-end graphics with Unreal Engine and real-time data visualisation through its cloud or on-premises solutions for some of the most important events, such as the US elections, the Olympics and the World Cup.

Fernando Kufer, CEO of disguise, sees the Polygon Labs acquisition as a “key turning point for both our user communities, partners and customers, and a huge step in our direction towards cloud and new media production workflows.” “The future is cloud-based remote collaboration and our work with Polygon Labs will unlock a whole new level of productivity and connectivity for all our users,” he adds.

Grigory Mindlin, CEO of Polygon Labs, also welcomed this new phase: “Joining forces with disguise will take us into the next chapter of accelerating our journey towards graphics production workflows in the cloud. Our shared vision and passion for delivering the most engaging visual experiences will help us empower our users with a much more comprehensive solution to deliver the world’s most engaging storytelling graphics.”

Polygon Labs - Disguise - elections


Over the coming months, Disguise and Polygon Labs will work closely together to create an integrated workflow that delivers value to users on both platforms. In the near future, users will be able to achieve unified cloud-based data aggregation and graphics control that enables easy integration of broadcast workflows.

In addition, a new disguise office is scheduled to open in New York in Q3 2022, where Polygon’s team will join disguise’s East Coast team.

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By • 8 Mar, 2022
• Section: 360 / VR, Study, graphics, Business