Recent Posts tagged with PyeongChang 2018

The P.A. People Enhances Intercom Systems at PyeongChang Venues With Studio Technologies Console

The P.A. People, an Australian provider of large-scale–event communications systems and equipment, has been providing intercom packages for the Olympic Games since the 2000 Sydney Games were played in its own backyard. At the 2018 Winter Olympics in February, The P.A. People were on the ground in PyeongChang, teaming up with OneUp Solutions to deliver […]  More

Brainstorm, UWIN Provided Hyper-Realistic AR For PyeongChang Winter Games Opening Ceremony

Brainstorm and UWIN were involved in the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang. The show included advanced, hyper-realistic 4K augmented reality in the ceremony, where Brainstorm’s InfinitySet was used to seamlessly combine Brainstorm’s eStudio render engine graphics features with hyper-realistic content coming from Epic Games’ Unreal Engine. This is achieved by using […]  More

A Look Back at February 2018 – One of the Biggest and Busiest Months in Live–Sports-Production History

From the nation’s largest sports event to the world’s largest sports event, February 2018 has been chock-full of massive live sports productions. It has been a historic 28 days, with the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics headlining the month’s events, along with Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, and the Daytona 500 […]  More

Stamford Spotlight, Part 1: NBC Olympics’ At-Home Production Goes Full-Throttle 24/7 for PyeongChang 2018

Nearly 7,000 miles separate PyeongChang from Stamford, CT, but, for the past three weeks, the two have been attached at the hip for NBC’s largest and most complex Winter Olympics production to date. The at-home operation at the NBC Olympics Sports Production Operations Center (SPOC) in Stamford is bigger than ever before and has become […]  More

Live From PyeongChang: Akamai Supports a Parade of Nations in Their Streaming Efforts

The PyeongChang Winter Olympics are streaming live in numerous nations across the world and through 30 international broadcasters based in the IBC here. Their efforts are being supported technologically by global CDN (content-delivery–network) powerhouse Akamai. The company provides backend tech to bolster live streaming, while also delivering VOD clips and even virtual-reality products. A small […]  More

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