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A festival to mark the G20 Summit was held in the Chinese city of Hangzhou with an Allen & Heath dLive S Class mixing system managing the live performances.
A live televised debate ahead of recent national elections in the Netherlands saw 14 of the country’s top politicians wearing DPA d:fine™ In-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphones in order to perfectly capture and broadcast every word spoken.
Graphic design and animation studio DreamWall together with virtual studio company Zero Density today announced that they had joined forces to help France Télévisions deliver live coverage of the first and second round of the French presidential election on April 23 and May 7. The companies were chosen by France Télévisions to deliver virtual sets, augmented reality, infographics and animations to enhance the station’s programming, delivering an enhanced, engaging and informative viewer experience.
The message is clear: as audiences adapt the ways they watch and listen, and advertisers evolve their own strategies for communicating with consumers, television and radio broadcasters – and the sales houses that represent them – are stepping up to the plate and delivering real change.
The Cablecam of the XD motion company: X fly 3D is for the first time in the world installed in the hemicycle of a parliament to cover the Presidential and European elections. The level of security Brussels to cross to fly over this place gathering the highest personalities of the political world is at the highest level ever reached. The innovation was to fix the points of attachments in a location not adapted to this type of installation and especially to offer a quality of very stable shots to integrate the augmented reality of the company Dreamwall in Live worldwide. No tracking is used, only the real time metadata of the X fly 3D are generated for the graphic AR integration.
The European Parliament and Lawo are among the winners of a coveted AV Award, with the EP’s Mission Transparency project receiving the “Public Sector Project of the Year” award. Dubbed “the Oscars of the A/V world”, the AV Awards were held at London’s Battersea Evolution venue. The judges recognized the formidable challenge of the project, which has resulted in a groundbreaking approach and a massive audio- and video-over-IP infrastructure with maximum scaling flexibility. The entire network is managed via a custom GUI for secure control over thousands of audio and video channels. The project is based on an open-standards (ST2110, AES67, Ember+) and manufacturer-agnostic platform.