Live Streaming from the 100 Club for Converse Rubber Tracks
On Saturday December 5th, Boiler Room (in conjunction with Converse Rubber Tracks) live streamed the Converse Rubber Tracks Takeover from the 100 Club in London using the SphereVision Live360 System.
Provided by TX360 Facilities and distributed through 3xscreen, viewers were able to watch headline act 'Run the Jewels', in 360-degrees, puttign on a free gig as part of the Converse Rubber Tracks Takeover.
Support on the night came from Converse Rubber Tracks studio alumni Alxndr London, Skinny Macho and Livin' Proof DJs.
TX help capture high quality imagery of Exeter Shopping Centre
Using SphereVision Systems, TX have helped capture high quality imagery of the Exeter Shopping Centre to aid in the multi-million pound redevelopment.
Working alongside Chartered Land Surveyors M J Rees, Arithmetica captured a mixture of both 360 degree panoramic and handheld images, which were then linked with original survey drawings. The combination of traditional and high tech surveys will allow the end client to review and compare the condition of specific areas of the high profile development project, pre- and post-construction.
"Having agreed a project brief with our client, we then approached Arithmetica to discuss the integration of high definition imagery with more traditional survey plans," commented Sarah Hurley of Bristol based M J Rees. "The inclusion of both 360 degree imagery and handheld stills, registered to the original plans, was seen as crucial to the brief in order to ensure quick and easy navigation of complex drawings, and allow for comparison of the site pre- and post-construction."
MJ Rees was commissioned to survey an area pinpointed for development within the Guildhall Shopping Centre. The area, part of the Grade 2 listed shopping arcade, included former offices and retail units as well as ornate facades and other architectural features, all at ground, first and second floor levels. Working alongside M J Rees, Arithmetica captured more than 100 360 degree panoramic images supplemented with more than 700 high resolution SLR static images. Using SphereVision Project Builder, they delivered an interactive dilapidation record of the site to M J Rees who, using the surveyed position of the camera systems, referenced the high definition imagery to the project drawings and produced a schedule of images for use alongside the plans.
The Guildhall Shopping centre is located in the heart of Exeter's historic quarter. The £7 million revamp by owners Aviva Investors will see the reintroduction of shop fronts which were blanked out in the 1970s, the creation of terraced seating around the 12th century Saint Pancras Church, as well as additional retail and leisure space, improved walkways and toilets. The plans approved by Exeter City Council were described by Councillors as 'beautiful architecture' and 'a great improvement'.
Transmission TX provide remote ball cams for Rugby World Cup Projection
Transmission TX provided 6 remote ball cameras for this amazing projection on top of the O2 for the Rugby World Cup 2015
See the full story at: http://www.stuff.tv/features/raising-roof-tech-behind-o2s-incredible-rugby-world-cup-light-show
Transmission TX & SphereVision Reveal Henry VIII’s Excesses in Stunning 360 Degrees...
Forming part of the Historic Royal Palaces Tudors on Tour event, the 360 degree interactive cinema experience explores the working kitchens, wine cellar and fine decorations of Hampton Court, inviting the audience to gather evidence of the King’s excessive spending for the treasury.
Created by specialist production company TX, using a SphereVision 360 degree recording and production system, the fifteen minute film was first debuted at Tatton Park in Cheshire, where nearly 4,000 children immersed themselves in the digital 360 degree pop up cinema from Igloo Vision on the first day alone. Tudors on Tour, including the SphereVision film, will return to the Tower of London from 23-26 July 2015.
“Working in 360 degrees allows us to create an environment that really interacts with the audience, in this case immersing them in Henry VIII’s extravagant Hampton Court,” said Tracey Manasseh, a specialist 360 producer working with SphereVision. “From the moment they step into the Palace’s courtyard until they outwit the King’s guards to make their escape, the audience is captivated and engaged by the 360 degree scene.”
The 360 degree representation of Hampton Court was filmed by TX using a SphereVision recording system in just three days on location at Hampton Court. The opening scenes feature a lone Tudor nobleman who conspiratorially invites the audience to collect evidence of Henry VIII’s excessive spending. The film transports watchers to the Palace’s kitchens where they turn meat on a spit and help a struggling kitchen hand identify exotic ingredients such as lemons, apricots and peppercorns, before whisking them into the King’s palatial wine cellars. Aimed at four-six-year-olds, the interactive experience continues with the audience learning how to bow, curtsy and even dance, before ending with the nobleman testing them on what evidence they have uncovered.
“The SphereVision 360 video recording, production and playback system is easy to use, from onsite filming to the end user sitting at his computer or, in this case, watching in a pop up cinema,” said Manasseh. “It has enormous potential for a range of applications beyond the tourism and heritage markets, including security, site management, risk assessment as well as health and safety management and training.”
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Interactive 360° Journey through the Welsh Highland Railway
TX produce a 360° interactive App and DVD of the Welsh Highland Railway using SphereVision Systems.
Read a full story at: http://www.amerisurv.com/content/view/13541/
Season 3 of WPC56
Season 3 of WPC 56 has begun filming with Transmission TX providing facilities for the successful BBC One drama.
Read more about this period drama here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03vp31f
4K Equipment now available for hire from TX
To compliment the full range of HD equipment for hire from TX, we now have a full range of 4K equipment including: Cameras, Zoom and Prime Lens sets, recorders and monitors. Plus a full range of 4K accessories/converters.
Please get in touch for prices and availability, on 0208 783 1972 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
360° Video of Chertsey Floods
Large parts of the Thames Valley have been seriously affected by the recent poor weather with houses, shops and roads being left flooded and inaccessible.
The need for Insurers, Environment & Government Agencies plus First Responders to gain on the ground awareness of the extent of the damage and to assess and archive the extent of damage to properties has never been higher.
Using Spherevision systems, we took to the waters around Chertsey to capture test footage of what has proved to be a disaster for many homeowners.
Click here to see a sample of 360 Video capture of the flooding using a Spherevision3 system: http://www.spherevision.com/360-video-in-action/360-presentations/?video=chertsey-floods
Father Brown - Crime Fighting Priest seen around the world!
Father Brown – Crime fighting priest seen around the world
Following the well-received first season, BBC Drama ‘Father Brown’ has been viewed in sixteen different countries around the world.
Season two is currently being broadcast on BBC1 every day at 14:15, you can catch up on missed episodes using BBC iPlayer or clicking here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03pmw4m/episodes/guide#b03pmwbk
Recorded mainly in the Cotswolds by BBC Birmingham with kit and crew provided by Transmission (TX), Mark Williams reprising his role as the eponymous crime solving Roman Catholic priest.
See the TV spot from BBC Midlands Today with behind the scenes footage and interview with Mark Williams here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fq_Mql1pz90
TX Augments Bristol Proms by Remote Camera Control
Jan Lisiecki enlisted the help of TX technology to bring a new digital twist to the orchestration of an updated version of the ‘Bristol Proms’. Honouring the original Bristol Proms that was originally staged at Bristol Old Vic in the 1840's.
On Monday 29th July, the 18-year-old piano virtuoso, Jan Lisiecki, found himself surrounded by a host of HD remote-control Bradley PTZ cameras, a virtual reality camera (Microsoft Kinect) and various slow motion cameras. The whole system provided an incredible visual background that complimented Jan’s masterful renditions of Chopin. The presentation included slow-motion video of the keys being struck, water glasses vibrating and massive wireframe models projected above the piano.
Watch the episode on 4oD: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/lisiecki-plays-chopin-from-every-angle/4od
Read more on Watershed's website: http://www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/4235/jan-lisiecki-from-every-angle
World’s first dual screen 360° video app wins a Cannes Mobile Lion!
Using 360° video footage recorded by Transmission TX on SphereVision systems, the synchronised App was released to coincide with promotion of the new series of The Gadget Show allowing both a standard broadcast programme and a 360° video promo to be enjoyed by viewers who had previously installed the App on their iPhone or iPad mobile device.
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Horizon Demystifies the Secret life of the Cat
Horizon Demystifies the Secret Life of the Cat
Have you ever wondered what happens when a cat leaves through the cat flap and prowls off into the night away from prying eyes?
With additional support from TX and their remote cameras – Horizon have produced an exciting and ground-breaking experiment which takes 50 cats, tagging them with GPS collars and also fitting some with ‘cat-cams’: remote cameras allowing us to see everything from a feline point of view.
You may have thought you knew your cat, well think again…
Read more about it here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b02xcvhw
Catch it on BBC2, 9pm on Thursday 13th June.
Life through the eyes of a Fried Chicken Shop
On Wednesday 20th, Channel 4 broadcast “The Fried Chicken Shop: Life in a Day” in which the shop ‘Roosters Spot’ in Clapham was rigged with several cameras to explore the many goings on in a Fried Chicken Shop that’s open 17 hours a day.
(Cameras and Tech supplied by TX through The Complete Camera Company http://www.thecompletecameracompany.com/)