The Dutch Eurovision Song Contest Innovation Challenge
MediaMatters organized a challenge for the Dutch public broadcasting organizations NPO and AVROTROS. Goal was to find innovative solutions that can be used during the Dutch Eurovision Song Contest in 2020 in Rotterdam. 209 companies from 35 countries applied. 10 companies from 6 countries were invited to the final in Amsterdam to present their solution. Meet them here.
The products of Angry Bytes (The Netherlands) are mostly used by TV broadcasters, radio stations and other media and entertainment organisations. Their content management and publishing system ABC Manager powers high-end and high-traffic websites and applications.
Cutting edge AR Solutions
ARwall (USA) is an AR technology company. They have created the first AR display that requires no headset, no goggles, no smart device. Their spatial imaging technology is four times faster than anything equivalent on the market.
Dutch Rose Media
Augmented Reality Design
Dutch Rose Media (The Netherlands) believes that Augmented Reality gives real life a much needed makeover. They create surprising and magical mobile experiences with Augmented Reality.
Kiswe (Belgium) is a video technology startup, providing live media solutions to sports content owners. Their cloud tech creates alternate broadcasts to tell different stories for all audiences.
Sceenic (United Kingdom) provides solutions to power interactive viewing experiences. Through its "Watch Together" technology, media companies create watch together experiences for their audiences.
Connect tv to mobile
Snapscreen (Austria) is a technology startup focused on the use of mobile devices and image recognition. SnapScreen crowdsources TV/OTT clip creation and distribution in social media.
The Future Group
Mixed reality technology
The Future Group (Norway) provides real time dynamic content services for the broadcast industry. Their flagship product, Pixotope, allows broadcasters to produce new and exciting mixed reality content for tv, streaming and film.
Making the virtual reality
Tiledmedia (The Netherlands) delivers the highest possible VR360 or panoramic streaming video quality to VR headsets or tablets. Our ClearVR product are designed to be easily integrated in existing media production.
Platform for creative teams
TinkerList (Belgium) is the first unified, online platform, in which everyone of the editorial team and the production crew can collaboratively create and adapt content during all stages of the television production process.
Ultra Wide Vision
Ultra Wide Vision from TNO (The Netherlands) is a wide screen format that is used for video that is shot with several cameras. It gives viewers the impression that they are actually at the live event.