Kolor & partners announce LiveSphere, a turnkey 360-degree video broadcast solution


Wednesday 9 April 2014

LAS VEGAS, April 9, 2014 — Software developer Kolor, specializing in image-stitching, virtual tours and 360-degree video solutions, along with partners ATEME and Finwe announce at NAB Show the introduction of LiveSphere, a turnkey 360° video broadcast solution for live entertainment.

This strategic partnership produced a game changing solution: an end-to-end video broadcast service that captures, stitches, streams and displays a live video to provide an immersive panoramic consumer experience for tablets, smartphones and virtual reality headsets.

LiveSphere uses highly innovative technologies:

  • High quality 360° video capture using multiple cameras. This new solution allows the capture of high definition images from several cameras covering the whole 360×180° sphere.
  • Real-time stitching of the video streams with Kolor Autopano technology. LiveSphere synchronizes and aggregates the views into one consistent sphere in real time — even the camera pole disappears.
  • Multi devices live broadcasting. A single high-quality stream is created and playable on various devices including computers, tablets, smartphones and virtual reality headsets.

 

 


The result is a high quality 360° live video of sports events, concerts or TV shows where viewers are able to choose and dynamically modify their field of view by clicking, touching the screen or moving the display.

LiveSphere: 360-degree video broadcast by Kolor, ATEME & Finwe
More information at www.LiveSphere.com

Discover LiveSphere at NAB Show in Las Vegas – ATEME booth #SU7102.

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One Response to “Kolor & partners announce LiveSphere, a turnkey 360-degree video broadcast solution”

  1. Eager Dude Says:

    Well. I don’t see any examples of live streaming. Just recorded 360 video. ( Nothing new there)
    Please show me the actual technology.

    How do I test it, really ? With my own 360 camera that is.

    How much for the service?
    Can I just buy the software?

    I’ll take a look at it again. Maybe I missed something new besides recorded 360 videos.


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