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21 August 2020 Live streaming of events over an IP network as a catalyst in media technology education and training
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The paper describes how students are involved in applied research when setting up the technology and running a live event. Real-time IP transmission in broadcast environments via fiber optics will become increasingly important in the future. Therefore, it is necessary to create a platform in this area where students can learn how to handle IP infrastructure and fiber optics. With this in mind, we have built a fully functional TV control room that is completely IP-based. The authors present the steps in the development of the project and show the advantages of the proposed digital solutions. The IP network proves to be a synergy between the involved teams: participants of the robot competition and the members of the media team. These results are presented in the paper. Our activities aim to awaken enthusiasm for research and technology in young people. Broadcasts of live events are a good opportunity for "hands on" activities.
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Nicola Jäger, Marcel Kaufmann, Benjamin Heitz, Oliver Vauderwange, Ulrich Haiss, and Dan Curticapean "Live streaming of events over an IP network as a catalyst in media technology education and training", Proc. SPIE 11480, Optics Education and Outreach VI, 114800L (21 August 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2568843
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