(Adnkronos) – BEIJING, Aug. 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The 5th Forum on China-Africa Media Cooperation (the “Forum”), co-hosted by the National Radio and Television Administration of China, the People’s Government of Beijing Municipality and the African Union of Broadcasting, concluded successfully on August 26 in Beijing, China.
The forum themed “New Vision, New Development, and New Cooperation”, released cooperative achievements of China-Africa media cooperation in the following four categories:
Founded in 2012, the Forum has been a key platform for Chinese and African media to facilitate extensive and in-depth cooperation in broadcasting, including key projects such as screening seasons of excellent Chinese TV series in Africa, co-production and co-broadcasting of TV content, installing satellite TV for 10,000 African villages and more. More than 3,000 professional broadcasting talents have received training from the Chinese media.
Centering on the application of advanced audiovisual technologies and digital development integration, the Forum’s interactive exhibition of audio-visual technologies featured a number of Chinese content and tech companies to demonstrate the latest products and technologies in IPTV, VR, AR, cloud gaming, immersive audiovisual, smart terminals, ultra HD and more.
During the Forum, iQIYI Inc. showcased QIYU VR, its flagship headset designed and developed with the goal of revolutionizing the best viewing experience. XLOONG’s AR convergence media smart glasses system has comprehensively leveraged the advanced technologies of AR, fluoroscopic near-eye optical display, 3D registration and SLAM, AI and image stabilization to achieve convenient and efficient functions like short news video recording, live broadcast, and video link to support production and broadcasting as a supplement to existing media broadcasting equipment. LUSTER LightTech presented its self-developed FZMotion optical motion capture system and LuXR camera tracking system that use motion capture and UAV tracking and positioning in the process of video production, realizing the simulation of virtual digital scenes of the city.
The Forum also published a joint declaration that reviewed and summarized the decade of achievements of China-Africa media cooperation as well as mapped the prospects and expectations for future media development.
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