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Hybrid Stage now in action

The Hybrid Stage pilot project has started on Harald Herlin Learning Center’s K-floor, serving the Aalto University community and its extended network of partners.
Creative Technologies event on Hybrid Stage
Photo: Mikko Raskinen

The Hybrid Stage pilot project has started on Harald Herlin Learning Center’s K-floor, serving the Aalto University community and its extended network of partners.

This new and exciting event space will give the possibility to the Aalto community to organize and host truly broadcast-level streams and open our content to a global audience, as well as have your audience present at the space.

This state-of-the-art hybrid event setup has a wall of video monitors as a background, stage lighting and in terms of audio, the distributed speakers allow perfect control of sound levels throughout the space. A variety of angles for covering the event is achieved by four high-quality robotic cameras.

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Hybrid Stage
Photo: Mikko Raskinen

The Creative Technologies seminar was the first hybrid event of the new Hybrid Stage. It gathered researchers together from the fields of computational science, creative technologies, arts and design.

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