ARTS LIVE BROADCASTS

EU Arts Live broadcast all its performances live in interactive formats: either 360° VR or our revolutionary viewer controlled multi-screen broadcast system. The videos above demonstrate the difference between the immersive quality of a 360° VR broadcast and a conventional digital video broadcast of the same performance. Below follows a description of the multi-screen broadcast system which was launched on January 4, 2020 with a series of broadcasts produced by EU Arts Live in collaboration with project partner Interface and our digital contractor MOG Technologies S.A. of Porto, Portugal.

John Paval
Viewer Controlled Synchronized Multi-Screen Display Camera controls at lower left.
John Paval
Camera Option Two: Two camera views side by side.
John Paval
Camera Option 3 Picture within a picture
John Paval
Social interactivity controls bottom right. Share on social media, one click donations, viewer chat box

MOG Technologies demonstration video for the interactive multi-screen display