Post by DazedOblivion on May 10, 2005 3:40:23 GMT 1
[Live in London] was filmed with some general cameras as usual, but also with four Corr-specific cameras. This was because it was filmed live for the satellite TV channel Sky One, and users who had a digital connection were able to choose which Corr they wanted to follow (this was a first in Britain).
[/color][/size] [/quote] I read this quote over at Corrnucopia. I did NOT know that. I want a Live in London - Special Edition DVD that allows me to watch each of the Corrs individually! That would be so cool.
I was just looking at the DVD "keep case," and I read that there is a 360-degree camera angle of "So Young" playable on a PC DVD. I still have never watched that...
Post by DazedOblivion on May 10, 2005 5:23:30 GMT 1
Still researching, but here's some articles about the Wembley concert:
Corrs live, and interactive By Daniel Lindberg - 22th November 2000
The Corrs' concert at London's Wembley Arena on December 21st will be broadcast live on Sky One. This will be the first interactive concert to be televised live, so those who have got access to digital TV will be able to, for example, select which band member to watch.
Sharon was quoted to have said: "It's great to be at technology's cutting edge."
And this one:
Watch The Corr-Cam Wednesday, November 22 2000, 20:45 GMT -- by Iain Chapman
Sky One today announces the first ever interactive music concert. Starring the multi-platinum selling Corrs, the concert will be broadcast live from Wembley Arena on Thursday December 21st from 9pm.
As part of this unprecedented broadcast, the Corr-Cam will give fans the chance to focus on the sibling of their choice or to switch between them during the show.
Developed as part of Sky’s on-going commitment to interactive television programming, the Corr-Cam will enable viewers to see the concert from a range of angles following the movements of each individual band member, giving them a truly personal performance, live in their living room.
The sold out London date is part of the band’s hugely successful European tour that sees the band performing all of their greatest hits alongside songs from their new, chart-topping album ‘In Blue’.