For the Super Bowl 2021 broadcast, they brought one Mini-C and four Newton stabilized heads mounted on telescopic towers and rail systems, placed around the stage of the halftime show with the artist The Weeknd.
For nearly two years, Michael Taylor, owner of MTJIBS — the Fort Lauderdale, Florida camera support company, has wanted to expand the company’s arsenal of solutions that they could offer their clients. But during that time, he couldn’t find the proper system to invest in that would match the high …
At the start of November, the Portland Timbers became the first team in Major League Soccer (MLS) to feature Motion Impossible’s AGITO Sports modular dolly system as part of live broadcast coverage from its home ground of Providence Park.
Hunan TV, China’s leading free-to-air commercial satellite upgraded the studio in keeping with its continuous initiative to incorporate technical advancements into its infrastructure. The studio, entirely equipped for 4K production and fully VR/AR ready, launched live on 1st October 2020, China’s National Day - a day of great impor…
Normally held in a stadium venue, this year production company and media technologists Bild Studios used virtual reality with the intent of keeping the same scope and excitement as any physical show in the past.
At the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, New York City-based production company hsc.tv produced specialty portraits and player interviews that were used for broadcast elements and stories on ESPN, as well as on social media. While the ESPN U.S. Open assignment is a recurring one for hsc.tv, t…
Mo-Sys provided key technology to EVOKE Studios, which allowed it to develop exciting extended reality environments for the performances at this year’s AIM Awards, from the Association for Independent Music, on 12th August 2020.
Video production company Mediapro Canada engaged MultiDyne Video & Fiber Optic Systems for rapid deployment of universal camera transceivers to support 12-camera productions in Houston and Los Angeles for the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament soccer matches in late January 2020.
Independent feature film “Down with the King” was shot with Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K digital film cameras, relying on their dual native ISO to capture the majority of the film only using natural light.
Long-time LiveU user and UK-based production company Over Exposed, turned to LiveU once again to create dynamic, viewer-engaging and highly cost-effective, 5G remote production coverage of the recent, iconic Vitality London 10K run.
Volleyball World, creators of an integrated ecosystem connecting all volleyball stakeholders (fans, athletes, corporate partners) together through both digital and live events, has turned to LiveU to bring cost-effective coverage of its global beach volleyball tournaments to viewers around the world across 2022.