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Streamings for a congress of cardiologists

November 2014

Brno May 4,2014. We performed seven on-line streamings of cardiological surgeries for guests of XXII. Annual Congress of Czech Society of Cardiology which took place in Brno on May 4th–7th.

Transmitted surgeries were performed at specialist workplaces in Prague, Brno and České Budějovice. Transmitted data were taken directly from medical devices, innovation was a real-time anonymisation which removed all patient-specific data from the image. GPU accelerated forward error correction was another novelty—we started to use it for demanding transmissions this spring.

More information about XXII. annual congress of ČKS can be found on ČKS oficial website.

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Another story featuring UltraGrid has been published by In the field blog. The authors go back to the net:art near in the distance production performed Brucknerhaus Linz in June 2017. The near in the distance 3 production connected multiple locations across Europe including Linz, Barcelona, Prague, and Rome. UltraGrid and LOLA were deployed and integrated into a single audio-visual performance. Read the whole story In The Field Stories blog.

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