A hologram by Alessandro Cattelan, “teleported” from the backstage of the Eurovision stage to the Festival Previews broadcast on Rai1 where he shares anecdotes and curiosities about the show with the viewers as he prepares to present the evening.
It is possible with the technology and the 5G network that Vodafone has brought to the Eurovision Song Contest, the singing event that has also become very popular in Italy after the victory of Måneskin last year and that this year, precisely by virtue of the success of the Italian rock band , takes place in Turin.
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During all the days of the Eurovision Song Contest, which culminates with the final of Sabatio 14, Vodafone invites you to try the different applications of the 5G network in person, at Casa Vodafone at Eurovillage – at Parco del Valentino.
Cattelan’s hologram, interactive and in very high definition, was created thanks to the ultra-wide band of 5G – which makes it possible to transfer fast videos in very high definition – and to the millisecond latency of 5G – which makes the dialogue between natural person and hologram.
Those who are present at the Eurovillage can try some of the solutions created thanks to Vodafone’s 5G network: wearing a Virtual Reality viewer they will take a virtual tour of a large European virtual city, with Augmented Reality they will visit palaces of the Roman imperial era and on “Game Now”, a 5G streaming gaming platform, will be able to compete from 5G smartphones or smart TVs.
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