Modi to go pan India on 3D beaming of his public speeches
The BJP will be beaming its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi delivering election speeches live on 3D across the nation beginning with his public speeches from April 7 onwards.
Mr Modi had employed similar version to campaign during 2012 Assembly elections in Gujarat which was a record.
Building on its success of the ongoing 185 Vijay Sankalp rallies, as part of the Lok Sabha campaign, Mr Modi is set to take his message across to an even wider audience through 3D projects of himself. This novel initiative is an attempt to connect 100 different locations in each round with 10-12 planned rounds there will be more than 1000 shows in total with Mr Modi apart from the 185 rallies he is going to address, a BJP release said here today.
Each location would feature technical setup capable of erecting projection cubes of Mr Modi delivering his speech live from one of the locations. A projector is placed high above the stage to stream visuals to the stage floor, which is then reflected on the stage background. This background is made of a special projection technology and uses image-beaming at intended locations with specialised camera techniques to offer an unparalleled live-view experience without the use of the 3D glasses.
In the run up to Mr Modi's 45-60 min speeche, street plays and Kavi Sammelanas would be organised at the various locations.
He successfully used this technology during his 2012 Gujarat assembly election campaigns. It was featured in the Guineas Book of world records as an event with most number of simultaneous 53 broadcasts across Gujarat.
With a planned outreach of 1000 simultaneous broadcasts across the national landscape, Mr Modi was all set to break his own record, the release added.
(Posted on 06-04-2014)