Sports Graphics Spotlight: Eurosport’s enhanced Cube studio to be showcased during 5 March online event
Eurosport head of graphics and innovation Alex Dinnin will give Sports Graphics Spotlight delegates an in-depth look at the enhancements and improvements that have been made to the Discovery-owned broadcaster’s award-winning live mixed-reality presentation studio the Cube.
In a session on Friday 5 March called ‘Set Points: Inside Eurosport’s enhanced Cube mixed reality studio’, Dinnin will detail how and why the updates were made and discuss what might be coming down the line.
The Cube was a crucial part of Eurosport’s coverage of the Australian Open tennis this month and will be utilised during the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Sponsored by Vizrt, Sports Graphics Spotlight will bring together some of the brightest creative and technical minds in the industry, shining a light on the latest developments and showcasing the best in 2D, 3D and augmented reality, across on-screen and studio graphics.
Other highlights include: a session on Sky Sports’ work on the Masters golf with Sky Sports director of golf Jason Wessely; an in-depth look at the evolution of motion, augmented and live graphics in televised cycling; a Masterclass on how graphical data and statistics can be used effectively and appropriately for analysis and storytelling within televised sport; and a Thought Leader Perspectives panel.
Further case studies and speakers will be announced in the coming days.
To find out more and to register go to: Sports Graphics Spotlight
Sports Graphics Spotlight, sponsored by Vizrt, takes place on Friday 5 March starting at 2pm UK time. It is free-to-attend for sponsors and senior professionals working in the business of European sports broadcasting and production. To find out more and to register go to: Sports Graphics Spotlight