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16 Sep 09 New IM Live Video Technology Changes Concert Experience

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Immersive Media is first to release IM Live, a new interactive live video technology which allows the viewer to completely control their concert viewing experience by manipulating angles and perspectives over the computer. Content comes alive giving a sensation of actually being on stage. The viewer can click on the live streaming concert and with the use of a mouse, see 360 degrees around the stage as if turning your head. Viewer can zoom in or out to receive the broadest or most intimate possible perspective while traveling around the stage.

On September 19, 2009 at 4:00PM, MediaTech Digital Film Studios of Dallas will host popular singer/songwriter Hannah Madison Taylor for a live interactive concert experience through the use of the new IM Live technology. During Hannah’s concert, every website viewer can independently choose their viewpoint, and with a simple ‘click and drag’ of the computer mouse explore every possible angle – up, down, sideways or all around. The technology empowers the viewer with the most realistic online visual experience available, bringing you up close and personal with each band member. To see how the technology works before the concert go to www.immersivemedia.com.

Hannah’s original compositions are heavily influenced by a range of pop icons as Sheryl Crow, Whitney Houston, Bonnie Raitt and Sam Cooke. You can experience the concert like never before by watching the live Immersive broadcast at: http://www.mediatech.edu/dallascampus_studioa.html

During this live event Hannah will be performing these songs:

Lying and Cheating
Not Your Fool
Love Or Something Like It
So Killer Sexy

About MediaTech Institute:

MediaTech Institute offers a one year recording arts programs to establish careers as a music producer, recording engineer, sound engineer for television or film, or in music business management. It also offers a Digital Film and Video Arts program that is a comprehensive study designed to teach advanced aspects of producing commercials, music videos, documentaries, television shows and feature films. Hands on instruction is provided in every aspect of the production process including developing, writing, producing, directing and editing for single and multimedia camera productions. For more information go to www.mediatech.edu or call 866.498.1122.

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