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bwr The Game Barcelona World Race
PAGINA:

The Game BWR at El País

Barcelona World Race reúne 33.000 veleros digitales
La organización ha creado un juego que reproduce fielmente la regata

Más de 33.000 ciudadanos participan en la Barcelona World Race (BWR) sin necesidad de mojarse los pies. La organización de la regata ofrece en su web un juego virtual con el que el internauta puede registrar su barco y competir en tiempo real con otros navegantes virtuales y con los veleros que de verdad están participando en esta vuelta al mundo sin escalas. El juego es una creación de la BWR y la universidad Pompeu Fabra. El juego tiene un éxito viral y todavía hoy hay quien inicia su propia navegación desde Barcelona en el mar digital.

More info: www.elpaís.com

iMP: satellite distribution demo at Splau Cinemas

 

In the full HD cinema Splau in Barcelona, partners of the IMP project met on Wednesday 11th May for an IMP 7th Framework dissemination activity related to the satellite distribution system developed by Datasat Digital, within the framework of the project.
Producers, directors and cinema operators were given a demonstration of the transmission capabilities of the system.
A short movie file was send by satellite from the UK and received by the server installed in the Splau Cinema. The one minute movie file (2K resolution) was transferred in 15 minutes using only 1/5 of the capabilities of the satellite. The movie file was then projected in the cinema.
A fruitful dialogue took place after the demo, in which the attendees explained some of the needs of the industry and the partners clarified how the system will respond to them.
iMP partners detailed the future capabilities and the potential of using a satellite distribution system – a great advantage of which is the  possibility to transfer the same movie file for different countries (with different subtitle files), thus distributing to an entire continent in a few short minutes.</li>

 

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