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Imagine giving TV viewers of a sporting event the chance to use a second-screen device to access HD cameras at a sports venue via the Internet.
But those cameras aren’t simply the game cameras used for pickup of the main program. Rather, they are special, six-lensed, six-imager cameras that are capable of picking up a series of images that can be stitched together in real time to deliver a 360-degree view.
That’s exactly what Unified Video Technologies proposes to do with its new IVE service.
Now imagine that those same angles are available to members of the production crew for use when they are creating highlight reels as well as to second screen viewers as a VOD service.
In this, the second of a two-part interview with Pablo Goldstein, CEO of Unified Video Technologies, Goldstein talks about the pieces that go into the IVE service and how it can be deployed.
A note to listeners: Part I of the interview is available on the Broadcast Engineering website.