Radius Live Used in Emmy Award Winning Project

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NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, with help from digital cinema innovator Radiant Images, has won an Emmy for Outstanding Original Interactive Program for their 360 interactive stream, Cassini’s Grand Finale.

Radiant Images used numerous tools to bring this project to life, including the Z-CAM S1 Pro for capturing 360 footage inside mission control, and NextComputing’s Radius Live compact workstation for live stitching and streaming of the footage.


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  • All-in-one system with full HD display
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