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Panasonic remote cameras have been used to help bring classical music to a new audience, during Sound Unbound, a music festival held at London’s Barbican Centre.
London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall has completed the biggest improvement to sound in its auditorium since the installation of the iconic acoustic ‘mushrooms’ 50 years ago. Costing over £2 million, the project took 693 days of labour, 15,291m of cable, and 465 individual speakers, in the world’s largest loudspeaker install in a single room.
In early March some of the world's greatest artists came together to put on a benefit concert at London’s The O2 Arena to raise vital funds for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. Sir Tom Jones, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Tyler and Van Morrison were amongst a formidable line up that took to the stage performing their greatest hits, raising close to one million pounds for The Royal Marsden’s brand new treatment and research facility; the Oak Cancer Centre in Sutton, Surrey. To complement the star-studded benefit, state-of-the-art video rental company Universal Pixels (UP) deployed Brompton Technology’s LED processing power to provide a visually stunning show.
Live broadcast specialist BSI is proud to have provided UHD RF cameras for the Royal Wedding, in particular the overhead camera which captured the aerial views of the Windsor Long Walk and cameras by the Victoria Barracks and roadside.
Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra’s vibe spread at Ljubljana’s Arena Stozice by Electro-Voice System
Outside broadcast technicians, camera riggers, tracking specialists and support crew working on location in Rio de Janeiro with Camera Corps have contributed to the Task Brasil Trust. A substantial sterling sum was raised by the team and matched in kind by Camera Corps and its parent company, Vitec Group PLC.
A castell is a human tower built traditionally at festivals throughout Catalonia and the region of Valencia. Castells were first documented in 1712 and originated within Valls, Catalonia, near the city of Tarragona. Interest in castells grew in the 1960s and 1970s and in 2010, castells were declared a masterpiece of human heritage by UNESCO. In 2015 a festival hosted 99 groups of castellers, at which the tallest human tower was erected and safely dismantled, having 10 levels with four people in each level.