IBC2017: What not to miss at the conference and exhibition on Monday, including the Big Screen movie and Future Reality Theatre.
Emerald - 08.30-10.00
Audio is a cornerstone technology of our industry and it continues to impress with its innovation. This session explores the diversity of that innovation.
Forum - 11.30-13.00
Join the expert panel who will discuss and explore the main technological developments showcased at IBC. Speakers from Google, European Broadcasting Union, Ampere Analysis and more will share their insights on the most significant developments and key takeaways.
Forum - 14.00-17.00
Join speakers from Fox, SMPTE, Imagine Communications, Ericsson and Europeam Broadcasting Union (EBU) who will give insight the ST 2110 suite. Offering an overview to describe how they can be used within an infrastructure of networked specifications to achieve agile and flexible solutions for professional media live production.
Content Everywhere Hub
14.J10 - 15.30-16.30
High-profile cyber attacks that have impacted companies and institutions around the world. How do broadcasters, content creators and service providers protect their content and their consumers as the online role in content distribution expands?
War for the Planet of the Apes: Monday Night Movie
The intelligent and action packed blockbuster will be screened in the RAI Auditorium. War for the Planet of the Apes invite the audience to witness the outcome and fate for human civilisation. The most complex and intense performance by Andy Serkis as the majestic Caesar, and groundbreaking visual effects from Weta Digital, presented in Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision. The film brings performance capture action into the rugged, frozen mountains and a world of snow – all captured in spectacular 65mm which will immerse the audience in the dark forest, the intense battle scenes and the subtlest of flickers of emotions on the faces of man and ape alike.
Doors open at 18.15, get your free ticket here.
Future Reality Theatre
The Future Reality Theatre will host an exciting programme of creative, business and technology sessions, exploring the current and future impact of new technologies as well as the opportunities, challenges and implications around virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR) and beyond. Located in the Future Zone the programme today will explore cinematic VR experiences, the challenges of creating immersive content and streaming 8K and more.