In 2020, Media City Bergen’s annual TECH conference went through a drastic change due to the complications that came with the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the absence of an audience didn’t stop the incredible efforts within the media cluster from being presented.
During the aftermath of COVID 19’s effect on the media industry, Myreze explored ways to expand on its range of virtual services and created a platform for a series of shows aimed to start an inspiring conversation together with Bergen’s most successful creatives.
The Weather Channel television network is the top-rated and most widely distributed weather network in America. It has been the leader in severe weather coverage, providing the most comprehensive analysis of any media outlet and serving as the nation’s only 24-hour source of national storm coverage. The Weather Channel is also the leading weather information provider using emerging technologies and for 10 years in a row, has been ranked as the “TV News Brand of the Year” by Harris Poll.
The TEDx Bærekraftige liv was held in Bergen, Norway for the first time in 2020 and focused on how to live sustainably and the preservation of the the earth’s health during a time of revival as the world continues to work through the ever-looming danger of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The world is changing quickly through a cycle of ever-changing technology, and a large part of that change is the development of advanced meeting platforms and using them as a tool to create seamless connections between people and virtual environments. These platforms are becoming more popular than ever and Myreze is now focusing on offering a new and unique perspective on the world of live-streamed entertainment.
Virtual platforms for communication are becoming more important than ever and are challenging people to think differently about how we connect with one another. The sudden lifestyle changes introduced by the Covid-19 pandemic inspired…
The Covid-19 Pandemic shook the world to its core in March this year with every industry in the world being structurally and financially affected and millions experiencing a major shift in their daily lives. As office desks were traded for living room tables and people started to move their projects online, many found themselves resorting to online web conferencing platforms such as Google Meet and Zoom to fulfil their communicative needs.
Combining EPIC’s broad influence in the gaming industry and MYREZE’s advancements in virtual solutions has the potential for truly endless possibilities within the world of entertainment, and introduces the world to a vision for the future that knows no bounds. After all, “Doing The Impossible” is MYREZE’s motto for a reason.
EPIC Games is known for its expansive work within the field of entertainment with titles such as the hugely successful Fortnite and their industry leading game engine: UNREAL.
In march 2020 the world was hit by the Covid-19 Pandemic, and with people around the world trading their office desk for their living room table and moving their projects online, millions have experienced a major shift in the way they work and the part that it plays in their daily lives.
As expected, Covid-19 has affected everyone differently and has presented both positive and negative results with the positives of working from home ranging from saving money that would otherwise be spent on transportation to the positive health effects that come with a less stressful daily routine such as…
The Eurovision Song Contest is the longest-running annual international television contest in the world with an international song competition held every year since 1956. It is also the world’s largest live music event with participants representing primarily European countries submit and perform an original song on live television with votes being cast by a combination of expert juries and viewers from all 41 participating countries to determine the winner.
In 2019 Myreze was given the incredible opportunity to create animation for the opener and backdrop for the introduction ceremony of the annual Eurovision Song Contest Grand Finals in Tel Aviv…
On March 25th 2017, Myreze began their first mixed reality project with a groundbreaking advancement in interactive entertainment with the airing of Lost In Time, the game show set in an immersive virtual universe which aired on Norway’s ‘TV Norge’ channel.
Early in the process of creating Lost in Time, Myreze was invited to present a brief to the founders of The Future Group for their vision show the show’s opener and this led to a partnership that would include contributions to the entirety of the show’s brand. …