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IBC: b<>com tests out the virtual reality of the future in a French theme park: The Virtual Arctic Expedition

{Rennes, July 12th 2017} In advance of the 2017 annual IBC show (International Broadcasting Convention), b<>com, a French Institute of Research and Technology is currently testing for the first time in public its next-generation virtual-reality demo: a dive into the Arctic Ocean. This test has been set up in collaboration with the French ocean theme park, Océanopolis. Testing out brand-new developments in virtual reality with park attendees is an awesome opportunity and the potential for application in education and health is very exciting.
IBC: b<>com tests out the virtual reality of the future in a French theme park: The Virtual Arctic Expedition

Expérience TV : b<>com primé par l’association américaine des diffuseurs audiovisuels

{Las Vegas, Rennes, le 27 avril 2017 } L’Institut de Recherche Technologique b<>com vient de recevoir à Las Vegas le Technology Innovation Award, trophée qui récompense les meilleures contributions à l’industrie du broadcast. Ce prix est remis chaque année en plein coeur du NABShow (National Association for Broadcasters), le plus grand évènement mondial dédié à la filière audiovisuelle.
Expérience TV : b<>com primé par l’association américaine des diffuseurs audiovisuels

b<>com wins the prestigious Technology Innovation Award during NAB Show

{Rennes, April 26th 2017} The French innovation center b<>com has just been awarded at the NAB Show 2017 for its SDR-to-HDR up-conversion technology. Launched during the 2009 NAB Show, the Technology Innovation Award recognizes organizations that bring advanced technology exhibits and demonstrations of significant merit to NAB Show, the first worldwide gathering and trade show for the broadcasting industry.
b<>com wins the prestigious Technology Innovation Award during NAB Show

IBC 2016: A year of sharp transformations

IBC (the International Broadcasting Convention) came to a close last Tuesday, and b<>com is back with the news. The 2016 edition confirmed the event's essential status, with nearly 56,000 participants and visitors, and over 1800 exhibitors, the gathering of broadcasting professionals in Amsterdam went quite well.
IBC 2016: A year of sharp transformations

IBC 2016 : l’année de la transformation

L’IBC (International Broadcasting Convention) a fermé ses portes mardi et b<>com en revient avec de beaux résultats. L’édition 2016 confirme le statut incontournable de l’événement : avec presque 56 000 participants et visiteurs, plus de 1 800 exposants, le rendez-vous des professionnels du broadcast à Amsterdam se porte bien.
IBC 2016 : l’année de la transformation