Seeking a new system to handle lecture capture capabilities within its classrooms, Indiana University decided to pair its Kaltura video platform systems with the Matrox Monarch LCS H.264 encoder.
Perhaps inspecting a virtualized fly’s brain wasn’t the first thing that came to mind when the staff at the University of Virginia’s Advanced Research Computing Service department purchased its virtual reality equipment, but it certainly fit the intended goal.
There will be a slight change of schedule from past years at the 2018 NAB Show, as two new events have been added with the stated goal of “highlighting broadcast industry achievement,” per NAB’s official announcement.
The Vitec Group gang will all be on the GV Expo floor, with new products expected to be featured from Litepanels, Vinten, Teradek and Sachtler.
“From Research to (Virtual) Reality” panelist Harrison Linowes has the distinction of being one of the younger presenters at this year’s upcoming Government Video Expo, but the University of Maryland student has been working with virtual reality technology since he was a teenager.
Vitec will use the 2017 Government Video Expo to showcase its latest generation IPTV and ISR streaming, distribution, archiving and playback systems, as well as some of its HEVC/H.264 encoder and decoders.
In the team effort to bring University of Main athletics to online and social media distribution, the school is going with Hitachi’s Z-HD5000 cameras.
After more than 150 entrants were submitted for the NAB’s second annual Pilot Innovation Challenge, the big winner was UNC-TV for its “Next Gen TV: Saving Lives One Alert at a Time” service.
New this school year for the Wake County Public School System in Cary, N.C., is the Broadcast Pix Granite 1000 integrated production switcher, which is being used to help produce live coverage of its school board meetings.
Government Video recently spoke with Adam Woodlief of UNC-TV, about the “Next Gen TV: Saving Lives One Alert at a Time.”