Ruptly’s broadcast technology deployed in Bauhaus 100th anniversary coverage
17 January 2019 13:55pm
A grandiose festival kicked off in Berlin’s Academy of Arts on Wednesday, celebrating 100th birthday of Bauhaus. After an opening speech by the president of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier, prominent composer Michael Wollny took the stage with a unique concert, offering a musical perspective inspired by the work of the world-famous design institution.
On behalf of ZDF the event was streamed live by ARTE Concert, production company ifbbw (Institut für Bildbewegung) while director Thomas Janze contracted Ruptly’s Outside Broadcast Van to bring the concert to the screen.
A multi-camera live production, featuring Ruptly’s ARRI AMIRA ultra high-definition cameras in addition to two ALEXA Mini cameras was mounted on Blackcam systems.
The concert will be showcased at the Kino International cinema in Berlin on Sunday.
Ruptly first introduced ARRI AMIRA cameras as part of its newest lightweight Outside Broadcasting Van in June 2018 with an original live coverage of FIFA legends football match. The OB Van, equipped with Riedel’s Mediornet video router and Bolero wireless intercom, was showcased at the IBC in September 2018.
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