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Steel Lafferty is well known for breaking new ground in the wakeboarding world and his new project tackling the stunning Siete Tazas (Seven Cups) rock formation in Chile is no different. Here is all you need to know.
Professional slackliner Alex Mason defied the laws of gravity to perform a captivating tightrope walk off the coast of Beirut. Here is all you need to know:
Cliff diving – in a place where diving from great heights has been a tradition for four-and-a-half centuries – a hand selected group of 14 of the world’s best cliff divers will be part of the first ever World Series competition at the ‘Stari Most’, the old bridge of Mostar, and the country’s most recognizable landmark. The first dives from the bridge date back to 1664, the first competition to 1968, and August 15, 2015 marks the day when Gary Hunt, the leading Brit, will launch acrobatically from the 27m platform to continue the pursuit of the ‘perfect season’. After the season’s closest finish on the Portuguese Azores and two new faces on the podium, the World Series will meet fanatical cliff diving fans and touch new grounds in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
In order to modernize its OB facilities, Antenna Hungária, the Hungarian terrestrial broadcasting, telecommunications and live production services provider, has purchased multiple solutions from EVS, the live video production technology leader. The solutions will be installed into the service provider’s OB facilities by Hungarian systems integrator and long-time partner of EVS, Rexfilm Broadcast and Communications Systems.
Appear TV, a leading provider of solutions for video contribution, distribution and streaming, has deployed low latency contribution links for the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system in top football leagues in Europe and Asia, strengthening its position as a preferred vendor for this application. During broadcasted sporting events, video footage of an incident is reviewed by the VAR, who then advises the referee on what the video is showing so that a more accurate, on-the-spot decision can be made. For football, this typically ranges from scoring plays/goals, penalties, red cards and mistaken identity, and serves as an added tool to relook at the play or incident to ensure the correct call was made on the field.