TSC is revolutionising live medical training marketing, by leveraging its core skills: Ultra high quality video, with Ultra low ltency live streaming.
Aside from insightful observations and operational procedures from key medical staff, TSC are often able to extract high quality imagery from modern medical apliances such as X-Rays, Scanners, Microscopes etc, to obtain crystal clear, media rich live broadcasts.
College of Phlebology International Veins Meeting
Event: 3 day symposium for medical professionals
The event held over 3 days was designed to showcase modern procedures and medical equipment as used by surgeons. Live operations were streamed from a private theatre to a remote auditorium with assembled guests and speakers from the medical world. Surgeons performing operations guided the viewers through procedures and a moderator in the auditorium fed back questions live to the surgeon making this a truly interactive experience.
TSC were asked to set up all production and live streaming from the theatre (a lead lined environment!) and obtain HD images in real time from elected medical equipment such as X-Ray, Microscope and CT Scan.
A multicam set up using discrete stands and brackets so as not to interfere with the operation and maintain patient confidentiality was planned and executed alongside theatre staff.
- Multicam HD camera set up
- “Madonna style” ear piece and mic for operating surgeons
- Remote camera control from outside theatre (PTZ)
- Vision mixing with lower thirds and product promotion
- Live low latency encoding
- 2 way comms for interactive audio feedback
- Live link to Auditorium in remote location
- Push HD stream to large screen in Auditorium
- Send back auditorium audio from moderator to operating surgeon in theatre (real time)
Event: Prostate checked for stage 2 cancer whilst patient waits in open theatre for results.
During an operation to remove a cancerous prostate, the prostate is taken for analysis to see if the cancer has spread further into the walls. The patient lays next-door in open theatre awaiting results. Video footage from monitors and the surgeons working in theatre are live streamed to an auditorium where other trainee surgeons are able view the proceedings & discuss.
- 2 x HD cameras with operators
- Vision Mixing
- Cables for microscopes back to streaming team
- Wireless mics for surgeons
- Use of hospital network for comms
- Ultra low latency Live streaming