Renewed Vision has released the latest version of its ProPresenter live presentation and production software, designed for sporting events, broadcast studios, houses of worship, concerts and conferences.
Here we look at one of the first practical error-correcting codes to find wide usage. Richard Hamming worked with early computers and became frustrated when errors made them crash. The rest is history.
BBC Sport tested a remote production (aka “At Home”) model developed by Arena Television and dock10, a major television facility in the UK, to cover the fourth round of the Football Association Challenge Cup soccer tournament. Everyone involved said it was a complete success.
Community station Granite Town Media of Milford, New Hampshire has upgraded its automation and playout system in preparation for HD broadcasting with a Cablecast VIO multi-format video server loaded with v.7.0 of the Cablecast broadcast automation software.
Computer game apps read compressed artificial world descriptions from a disk file. This artificial world is regenerated by the CPU and loaded into the GPU where it is displayed to the gamer. The gamer’s actions are fed back to the GPU which dynamically modifies the artificial world it displays.
Looking to provide shared, immersive experiences for its congregation members, North Point Ministries, based in Alpharetta, Ga., has linked three of its seven church campuses across the metropolitan Atlanta area with a high-speed Cisco data network, designed by local systems integrator World Wide Technology.
Errors are handled in real channels by a combination of techniques and it is the overall result that matters. This means that different media and channels can have completely different approaches to the problem, yet still deliver reliable data.