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What's FINE?
FINE is a European Research Project, co-funded by the European Community under the FP7 - ICT program.
Visit the "Overview" and "Objectives" labels on the main website to see more details.

What does FINE stand for?
FINE is the acronym of Freeview Immersive Networked Experience.

Who is working in FINE?
Project FINE is lead by Mediapro Research, the R&D department of the big audiovisual corporation in Spain.
There are industrial and academic partners in the project.
Among the industrial partners there are:
Bitmanagement from Germany, Tracab from Sweden, EVS from Belgium and Abertis|Telecom from Spain.
Among the academic partners there are:
Barcelona Media from Spain, University of Hasself from Belgium and KTH from Sweden.
Visit the "Partners" label on the main website for more information about the partners of Project FINE.

What's the use of Freeview?
FINE is conceived as a novel approach to mainly experiment the replays of live sports on TV, giving to the professional and home users, the complete control about the point of view chosen to see an action. However, many more applications can be applied to this technology.

What's the Advisory Board?
It is a group of important companies from the audiovisual industry, which will have first prototypes of the outcomes of the project prior to launch a commercial version of the product.

How can my company join the Advisory Board?
In order to be a member of the advisory board of FINE, any candidate must be approved by all the partners of the project. It has no economic cost to join the board.

When did start Project FINE and when is it concluding?
Formally speaking, the Project FINE started the research phase on April 1st 2010, and concluded on July 31st 2013.
Initial developments come farther away than 2010, and the proposal itself was written from the end of 2008 and during 2009.
Some of the Intellectual Property bringing this project to reality, has been filed even earlier than those dates.
Practically speaking, the project will conclude after the final review, planned for September 2013. After that, the project will turn into a commercial product, and launch date has not been announced yet.

Are there any documents available?
There is a section on the website with links to publications and papers, and also a set of deliverables that are of public access. You can download them by going to the label "Resources" on the top of the website. They are ordered by year.
A new section to download a community dataset will be included, but a user & password will be necessary to access that private part of the website and they will be provided on request by email.

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Date Source Lang News
26/08/2013 Mediapro News ES
28/07/2013 Siggraph EN
28/05/2013 Mediapro News ES
15/04/2013 Mediapro News ES
03/04/2013 Panorama Audiovisual ES
02/04/2013 Mediapro News ES
20/02/2013 iDigital EN
18/02/2013 Mediapro News ES
05/11/2013 Mediapro News ES
19/09/2013 EVS News ES
17/09/2013 Mediapro News ES
08/09/2013 IBC TVNews EN
27/08/2012 Mediapro News ES
12/06/2012 TVBEurope EN
30/04/2012 Mediapro News ES
30/04/2012 Bitmanagement EN
29/04/2012 Schubin Café EN
02/04/2012 Mediapro News ES
13/03/2012 NyTeknik SE
12/03/2012 NAB News EN
24/02/2012 KTH News EN
26/10/2010 Panorama Audiovisual ES
01/04/2010 Tracab News EN

Keep updated with Project FINE's official twitter channel: @projectfine.


Download official images of FINE from our flickr gallery.

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