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The 2017 IHF World Men's Handball Championship was the 25th event hosted by the International Handball Federation. The event was held in France from 11 to 29 January 2017.
The IHF Men’s Handball World Championships in France were one of the best covered handball tournaments ever. During the competition videoReferee® was the overall video judging system and used at all venues. Beginning with the semi-final the last four games, including the final match, were covered with a 20 channel videoReferee® system, giving the referees as much viewing angles as never before. The videoReferee® had access to 8 signals from system-specific cameras located directly at the field and in the goals. Since the host broadcaster during the finals used more cameras as originally planned (including a flying camera), it was self-evident for the videoReferee® team to make these additional signals accessible to the referees for judging purposes. To fulfil this goal the number of camera signals retrieved from the OB Van was increased to 12 signals.
Opus – German Stage Award – has been presented during Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt am Main since its inception. The presentation ceremony for the Opus – German Stage Award – will be held together with the presentations of the Sinus – Systems Integrations Award, the Musikmesse International Press Award (MIPA) and the Prolight + Sound Press Award (PIPA) in ‘Saal Europa’, Hall 4.0, at 18.00 hrs on 6 April 2017. These presentation ceremonies are part of a gala evening at the fair, an important meeting place for the sector.
Audiotonix is delighted to announce Astorg’s investment into the group. Astorg is a European private equity firm with total funds under management of over €4 billion, that actively seeks to partner with market leading companies lead by entrepreneurial management teams.
Lighting designer Andy Webb seized a recent pantomime production of “Aladdin” staged at the Grand Theatre in Blackpool, UK as the opportunity to design an all-LED moving and specials lighting rig which was all Robe. Andy had been working on an LED lighting concept for the last two pantomime seasons … with an increasing percentage of the rig becoming LED, and this year he felt the time was right to make a complete switch to LED moving lights and specials.
For Ocean Park, staying at the top of Hong Kong’s hotly-contested amusement park market means luring audiences with ever more thrilling attractions. Running up to five times per day from mid-December 2016 to mid-February 2017 in the park’s Applause Pavilion, this holiday season’s major event was the Cyber Illusion Spectacular.
Just in time for ISE 2017, LANG ACADEMY is expanding its range of certifications. The training and education facility for visual presentation technology situated in Lindlar will be given the status as Authorised Training Center by both Panasonic and Epson. Participants of the new summer courses have the opportunity to pass exams and become Certified Specialists for Epson 3LCD laser phosphor projectors as well as Panasonic 3 Chip DLP projectors.
For the past 17 years, LD Paul Miller has directed the lighting of the “New Year’s Eve Celebration From Times Square.” Over the last four years, Christie Lites has been right there beside him, supplying the latest in lighting equipment and 24/7 support. It’s a live, six-hour gig for the production team, which must wrangle with winter weather, the ticking of the clock to the midnight hour, and the knowledge that billions worldwide are watching.
Sony’s new RM-IP500 remote controller gives operators easier and more intuitive control of its latest pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras in a range of applications, including live event production and use within broadcast studios.
The RM-IP500 controller is designed to work with Sony’s new BRC-H800, BRC-H900, BRC-X1000, and SRG-360SHE PTZ cameras as well as the new MCX-500 all-in-one HD switcher, supporting SD card recording and IP streaming, to create an easy-to-use event production system.
London and Dubai based creative and technical event production and management specialist Maestra announces more new staff having completed an incredibly successful first year of business which exceeded all expectations!
The London operation starts 2017 with four new highly talented and motivated individuals joining Justin Hammond, Emma Perrin and the team based in their newly expanded premises in Woolwich, east London.
For the long-awaited inauguration of the Elbphilharmonie concert hall located on the harbour-side in Hamburg, a massive light and video setup was installed. It all culminated with a spectacular show in the evening of January 11. As a crucial part of this show, no less than 500 pcs. of P-5 and P-2 wash lights from SGM were applied.
A smartly-dressed anchor is seated on a chroma-key set. Animated graphics cycle through a background showing the latest election results. Camera feeds switch back and forth between live reporters in the field sharing a split screen with the anchor desk. Using these professional production techniques and more, students at Penn-Trafford High School near Pittsburg, PA delivered live coverage of the school’s mock presidential election this past November using a video production system that rivals those used by local television networks. But at a fraction of the cost because of a new technology: NDI, from NewTek.
Ziggo Sport, part of the Liberty Media Group and the pre-eminent sports rights holder in the Netherlands, including Premier League football and Formula One, chose NEP The Netherlands to provide their live production and playout facilities after a successful tender process.
IHSE will be featuring a live demo of their modular Draco vario KVM extender system equipped with Icron's patented ExtremeUSB® technology for USB 3.0 extension at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) Show 2017 from February 7th through 10th at the Amsterdam RAI.
Stage Tec, the Berlin-based developer and manufacturer of digital audio equipment, is presenting its versatile routing system NEXUS at the ISE for the first time. NEXUS distributes and converts audio and non-audio signals. The routing system is consistently decentralised. Networking is via duplex fibre-optic cables with variable SFP+ transceivers. NEXUS is operated via a graphical user interface, control by external systems is also possible thanks to open control protocols.