Wireless Video System
What is your favourite solution for wireless HD Video streaming from stage to system.
Especially if you have to cover a big indoor space and a big sized stage (up to 28m stage and ca. 100m around wireless base).
The Camera needs to be small like a GoPro and most times mounted to the artists chest (need to survive artistic movements and dance).
Does anyone have experience with mobile phone streaming and does now some software/ App that could work for this?
we usually use wireless SDI/HDMI Broadcast devices. But even those weren't always reliable. But since I saw a couple of shows where people on stage ran around with even two or more mobile phone streams without issues I was curious about the possibilities.
- is this something that could be interesting https://community.troikatronix.com/topic/3335/newtek-ndi-video-over-ip/2
bonemap last edited by bonemap
The Camera needs to be small like a GoPro and most times mounted to the artists chest (need to survive artistic movements and dance)
Besides the tech, I am interested how you are going to mount the device. There are a couple of designs I have developed and tried for iPods including an aluminium exoskeleton ribcage that delivered the front facing camera data (UDP Isadora plugin software on github) and a wrist mounting system delivering gyro and accelerometer or front/back camera. How do you imagine integrating the device into costumes etc? In these shows the performers moved (danced) around a lot including some floor work but there was no rolling. To tell you the truth I got a nasty kickback from peers telling me they are sick of seeing these devices in stage/art projects, and that was back in 2013! After feedback like that I am really trying to transcend the technology.
Fred last edited by
I have use various models of terradek bolts and they are pretty flawless. For mounting on a costume it would be tricky but a few back pockets and a cable in th clothes could solve this easily.
CitizenJoe last edited by
I've been using the terradek bolts as well. They're good.
keftaparty last edited by
Very happy of my Teradek Bolts too.
I've been touring two years ( more than 100 performnces ), with three of them on stage ( 3 different video feeds), no problem.