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Key moments of sporting drama from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games will be shown in full and true 360-degree high-definition virtual reality (VR), offering an unprecedented and immersive view of the action. Using a compatible headset and their mobile phones, viewers will be transported right to the heart of the Olympic action , with coverage slated to include the opening and closing ceremonies, and one event per day. The live broadcasts will be offered via video-on-demand services provided by the various international rights holders, including NBC in the US. So far, 12 rights holders have taken up the VR offerings, with others still to confirm.
Sony, Ross, Grass Valley (including S.A.M.), EVS, Blackmagic Design, NewTek, For-A each showing their latest High Definition Broadcast & 4K Vision Mixing Desks in the one room. The Vision Mixers Show 2018 will be held on 14th May 2018 at IMG Studios, Stockley Park, West London. The event will be FREE* to attend for Vision Mixers, Engineers, Facility Managers and other Broadcast Professionals.
The show brings together ALL SEVEN of the main Vision Mixing Manufacturers Sony, S.A.M., Ross, Grass Valley, EVS/DYVI, along with Blackmagic Design and NewTek each showing their latest High Definition and 4K Vision Mixing Desks in one room.
Broadcast services specialist Gearhouse Broadcast has announced it has been contracted by Vision View Productions to build a brand new 18 tonne OB truck for its burgeoning sports production business in South Africa.
At Mediatech Africa 2017, South African services company Vision View Productions will showcase its new state-of-the-art, mid-sized OB truck. The vehicle was designed, built and integrated by Gearhouse Broadcast in the UK, and will be located on Vision View’s outside exhibit at the Ticketpro Dome in Johannesburg throughout the show. Gearhouse Broadcast’s experienced systems integration team will also be on site to discuss a range of upcoming projects and highlight the importance of choosing the right SI partner.
• The British outside broadcast facilities provider Visions is a firm believer in RTS/Telex equipment
• For something like 15 years, the company has been relying on matrices and keypanels produced by the American manufacturer
• As reasons, Visions’ Paul Fournier lists their “great reliability” and the fact that “virtually all freelance sound engineers are familiar with them”
Southern California-based Visions Lighting is one of the busiest production and lighting companies on the U.S. West Coast with an ever-growing client list that includes some of our industry’s most influential events and artists. Serving major promotion companies like Insomniac Events, AEG and Goldenvoice, Visions has consistently turned to Elation lighting gear to fulfill lighting briefs and 2016 has been no exception with Elation products lighting this year’s Coachella, StageCoach and Wango Tango festivals among other events. Visions Lighting President Todd Roberts, who serves as the primary designer on many of the projects along with Visions’ in-house drafting team of Jake Forbes and Nathan Jones, sums up the reason. “I continue to go with Elation because the products hold up well and they have great customer service.”