Iran plans to send media software and hardware to Belarus to boost Minsk’s electronic telecommunications abilities and initiate a virtual television studio.
The first virtual studio solution, designed by Iranian programmers, is scheduled to be launched in Belarus.
The media software allows for a combination of virtual scenes and objects together with a live input video stream. The software provides the crews with an opportunity to broadcast the produced programs simultaneously.
Productions by Sima Pardaz International Company will include solid state crystal gel glasses to be used in the manufacture of visual drop down doors, giant television screens, and intelligent stadium score boards.
After 20 years of research and development, the science company can rival its European counterparts in the modern technology industry.
Iran aims to find its way to the global market of media technology by taking first steps in Eastern European countries like Belarus, Ukraine, and Lithuania.