New season Loslopend wild & gevogelte in 4K now on VRT NU

New season Loslopend wild & gevogelte in 4k now on VRT NU

Watch the new show in superior 4K quality.

On thursday 21 december 2017 Eén had big news: From today 21 december you can see the new season of Loslopend wild & gevogelte as scoop in 4K via the online video platform VRT NU

Nothing has to be changed at a top cast because this season of Loslopend wild & gevogelte can count on: Tiny Bertels, Eva Binon, Camilia Blereau, Gilda De Bal...

As christmas gift to his viewers, Eén offers from today all episodes of this new season at the same time via VRT.NU. This will be the first time that a VRT-production is offered first on the online platform before it appears on television. The show is available until 20 april 2018.

Besides the new season of Loslopend wild & gevogelte will be introduced in 4K on VRT NU, in collaboration with VRT Sandbox, IBM Cloud Video and Limecraft. 4K is a superior image quality, the resolution is 4 times bigger than the regular HD. This leads to much sharper images and more details. Not only the 4K-version is available on VRT NU, you can also find the HD-version, to make sure everybody can see the program in high resolution.

For who is not so technically, can watch this video which explains how you can see Loslopend wild & gevogelte in 4K quality at VRT.NU

Every week from tuesday the 9the of January the new season from Loslopend wild & gevogelte will be broadcasted on Eén at 21:30u

Loslopend wild & gevogelte scenario – for Hopman: Charlotte Vanhecke, Anke Brouwers en Nele Meirhaeghe. For VRT: Els Vermuyten. Regie - Charlotte Vanhecke en Lars Goeyvaerts.

Looking back at Belgiums 3rd place in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge

The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge took place at the beginning of October, and the achieved result for the BELGIAN TEAM has been outstanding.
Not only by the Punch Powertrain Solar Team’s fantastic 3rd place in the Challenger Class, but also by the very successful daily live talk-show that was jointly produced in the absolute middle of nowhere.


As the sun set in Adelaide, Australia, on October 12, the Punch Powertrain Solar Team celebrated its well-deserved third place in the Challenger Class of the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.
Over five days, the carefully crafted Belgian solar car made its way across 3,021 kilometres of Australian outback, negotiating traffic lights and road trains, and enduring challenging temperatures and wind gusts, while successfully harnessing solar power to maintain an impressive average speed of 76.2 km/h throughout the race.
 

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FROM KANGAROOS TO CONNECTIVITY
The single track between Darwin and Adelaide was once only crossed by kangaroos – hardly the audience the Belgian Solar Team was after. However, thanks to an innovative collaboration with VRT Sandbox and its project partners Newtec, Network Innovations, Pacific Live Media and Agoria, this year’s challenge took on a whole new dimension.


For the first time, the Punch Powertrain Solar Team was able to provide daily live updates on their progress of the race straight from the Australian outback.


Each day when the sun went down, the solar powered car was forced to stop and that’s where the Solar team would make camp. A dedicated group inside the team of students would manage the production of the talk-show, set to go live at 19h30 local time or lunch time in Belgium. Through this live daily talk-show, with multicam video and beautiful drone footage shot during the race, the team could share in real-time their adventure with fans on the other side of the world. This live talk-show was completely produced by the students of the Solar team themselves, with no prior TV production experience and broadcasted on Facebook Live, thanks to an Internet over Satellite solution provided by the technological partners in this collaboration.


Internet over SATELLITE FOR THE WIN
The power of Internet over Satellite combined with the use of compact and comprehensive multicam production tools allowed the Punch Powertrain Solar Team to stream updates to the world stage in a way that had not been possible previously. By using Facebook as a medium, this impressive feat of engineering has been revealed to the world in an exciting and engaging way, bringing science, technology, sustainability and co-creation to a whole new group of people on a global level.
 

Solar Camera Crew

Apply for a free spot at Media Fast Forward!

 Apply for a free spot at Media Fast Forward!

Media Fast Forward is the yearly networking and inspiration event on media innovation. On the 5th of December, 2017, Media Fast Forward engages entrepreneurs, media professionals, researchers, advertisers and everyone with interest in media innovation to re-think the opportunities and impact of media and technology in our (future) world. Next to a speaker room and future zone, the marketplace will offer visitors the chance to explore innovating tech on the market by startups and tech companies.

Imec.istart calls for tech startup ideas

Imec.istart calls for tech startup ideas

Attention all tech startups: The imec.istart program now calls for high-potential start-up ideas. The program is specifically designed to help start entrepreneurs set up their tech business. Are you looking for expert coaching and support to maximize your start-up success? Then answer their Call by October 1st.

Get the program details & submission criteria: https://www.imec-int.com/en/istart

Unique interactive mobile experience during Diamond League Brussels

Unique interactive mobile experience during Diamond League Brussels

Within the Sandbox initiative, VRT Sporza is teaming up with innovative mobile streaming provider Kiswe Mobile to deliver an industry first fully interactive mobile experience around the Diamond League. On Friday September 1st, the concluding meeting and final of the Diamond League is held in Brussels, Belgium. This premium Track and Field event will host at least ten freshly crowned world champions and a series of international top athletes.