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Arqiva helps BBC deliver new approach to natural history broadcasting

The BBC’s latest adventure into live natural history programming, Lambing Live, billed by some as ‘EweTube’ has been one of the surprise hits of the year so far, attracting more 2 million viewers in the UK on its opening night. The week-long show provided an insight into the biggest and busiest event in the farming calendar.
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Ars Electronica Futurelab

In stark contrast to video, TV and the movies, Virtual Reality (VR) applications promise experiences that are not only more intense but, above all, interactive and individual too. To launch VR on its way to a huge consumer market share, a considerable amount of R&D work needs to be done. That was precisely the mission of Immersify, a European R&D concortium made up of PSNC – Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (Poland), Spin Digital Video Technologies GmbH (Germany), Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes (France), Visualization Center C (Sweden) and Ars Electronica Futurelab (Austria). After three years, the Immersify project that was funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 program is now coming to an end. Some of the project’s results were demonstrated one last time in a live stream from Poland to the Ars Electronica Center’s Deep Space 8K in Austria on June 17th, concluding the developing phase of the project. While Immersify officially ended with a panel at Festival de Cannes’ Marché du Film – Cannes XR, which was being held virtually due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The project partners are already continuing their research on future developments in the field of immersive media.
 

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Ars Electronica Futurelab

Art and History: “Concert of Light” and grandMA enchant Jerusalem

Via the music of Brahms, Grieg, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky or Verdi you can travel back in time. A journey that seems so fitting for the city of Jerusalem, which breathes history with every building. It was therefore a perfect match when the music of these well known composers opened the "Jerusalem Festival of Light 2010" with the performance “The Light Concert". Taking place at the Sultan’s Pool in the Israeli capital the concert was merging music and lighting in a high-class event.
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Art and History: “Concert of Light” and grandMA enchant Jerusalem

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Art Curtain at the Chazen Museum of Art

Gerriets had a new and exciting opportunity to help realize the fantastic concepts of visionary designer Petra Blaisse and her company Inside Outside. Previous projects with Inside Outside include the Casa da Musica (Porto, Portugal) and the Mercedes-Benz Museum (Stuttgart, Germany).
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Art Curtain at the Chazen Museum of Art
Asia TV Forum & Market and ScreenSingapore 2014 open with strong line-up and record attendance expected

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Asia TV Forum & Market and ScreenSingapore 2016 Returns with its Largest Edition

Aspen Music Festival Completes its 65th Successful Season

Since 1949, The Aspen Music Festival and School has been one of the most famous classical music festivals in the world and one of the most prolific, hosting more than 350 performances between June and August each year. The Festival, which features four in-residence orchestras where students play alongside faculty, is recorded each year and can be heard on American Public Media (APM), Colorado Public Radio and Aspen Public Radio. To faithfully capture every nuance of the performances, The Festival relies on several Neumann M 150 microphones at its principal venue: Benedict Music Tent.
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Aspen Music Festival Completes its 65th Successful Season

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Astera for Anzac Day Impact

Lighting designer Brenton Slattery from Scene Change Brisbane chose Astera AX1 and Titan Tube wireless battery-powered LED fixtures to create a memorable light sculpture and high-impact messaging for the 2020 Anzac Day commemorations. The sign spelt out ‘LEST WE FORGET’ in bold, bright, positive letters and was highly visible on the waterside lawn at Howard Smith Wharfs in the Queensland state capital. Brenton is based at the Howard Smith Wharfs multi-venue site comprising a series of tastefully regenerated – and now heritage-listed – riverfront buildings on the Brisbane River, overlooked by Story Bridge which was constructed around the same time, between 1934 and 1940.

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Astera For Floating Lotus Yoga Streaming

Nalini Tebbey owns and runs Floating Lotus, a thriving yoga studio based in Helensvale, Gold Coast, Australia, offering a busy weekly schedule of 36 yoga, pilates and meditation classes. Recently, helping to create a harmonious ambience in the studio … have been six Astera Titan Tubes. The business had just moved into a beautiful and tranquil new premises with large windows, lots of incoming natural light and panoramic views, a fully conducive environment for relaxation and concentration, when the coronavirus pandemic and resultant lockdown meant the doors had to be temporarily closed to the public!

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Astera For Floating Lotus Yoga Streaming

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At the heart of culture: grandMA2 for Belarus Palace of Republic

Audio and Video for the Court of Burgundy

Worms is ranked top among German historic cities. According to the Nibelungen saga, Siegfried the dragon slayer was murdered here by Hagen von Tronje at the Court of Burgundy. Now the city is going to take advantage of its rich history and location in the heart of Europe by positioning itself as a point where culture and business meet. On January 29 a new convention centre in the heart of Worms, built by Gerkan, Marg and Partner architects, open its doors together with the completely refurbished municipal theatre. Installation of all audio and video systems in the sprawling complex was undertaken by the systems integrator division of the SALZBRENNER STAGETEC MEDIAGROUP.
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Audio and Video for the Court of Burgundy

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Audivimus Papam!

Germany’s SWR broadcast centre served as the routing complex for all ARD radio stations during the papal visit in Germany from September 22 – 25. Not simply providing a hub for all the source signals from seven remote locations, the centre also fed the ARD stations with fully produced audio contributions and two stereo feeds: one carrying live reports and soundbites, and the second one supplying live interviews with return feeds. Lawo’s crystal consoles and KS-16 modules were used to handle this broad array of sources – a relatively slim, but brilliant, technical solution!
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AURUS for Five Genres

The SALZBRENNER STAGETEC MEDIAGROUP has equipped the new music theatre in Linz, Austria with audio, communication and multimedia technology. The new theatre of superlatives, Europe's largest newly build theatre, opens doors on April 11 with an adaptation of Richard Wagner’s “Parsifal” by the Spanish Theatre Company "La Fura dels Baus" directed by Carlus Padrissa.
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AURUS for Five Genres

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AURUS mixes FOH for CCTV event in Beijing

AURUS platinum, the flagship of Berlin-based manufacturer Stage Tec, made its debut as a FOH console in China. At the end of July, a cross-over concert with music by Zhang Hong Guang, one of China's most popular composers, was performed in front of an audience of 18,000 at the Cadillac Arena in Beijing. The AURUS platinum was equipped with 32 faders and integrated into a NEXUS network with six Base Devices and a STAR router. CCTV, China's national state broadcaster, recorded the event, which aired on the CCTV-3 music and entertainment channel. IFTT was the technical service provider.

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AURUS mixes FOH for CCTV event in Beijing
Autoscript Teleprompters Chosen for Comic Relief's Big Chat with Graham Norton

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