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Satellite technology enables thousands to enjoy Faithless’ last ever gig

Faithless’ last ever concert will certainly never be forgotten, as fans not able to enjoy the gig live at the Brixton O2 Academy were able to dance in the aisles in cinemas across Europe.

The final party on 8th April was the group’s last show ever and emotional experience for everyone who watched it, even those who were not even in the same country, thanks to satellite technology and high definition photography.

The spectacular farewell was the first dance music event to be viewed this way – beamed live to cinemas using the latest high-definition technology to be viewed in full 5:1 surround sound.

“The Faithless fans were unstoppable!  They took over the cinema screen and were dancing everywhere,” commented Peter Haynes, Vue Entertainment (General Manager, West End).

“The production looked amazing and the surround sound made the show come alive as if the fans were in a club.”

Thanks to technology, thousands more Faithless fans could enjoy the send off as if they were in the Academy with them.

Faithless are known as a band that defined the dance music era, dominating and setting standards for an incredible 15 years.

“We received reports from Warsaw to Dublin that fans were dancing in the aisles, which is exactly the party we wanted for Faithless,” added Steve Machin, Omniverse Vision spokesman.

The gig was broadcast live into cinemas across the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Estonia, Germany, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland and Romania.

Omniverse Vision uses state of the art technology – digital platforms and 3D to provide a means to view concerts, sports and other special events from wherever you are in the world.

Their focus is alternative cinema, whereby, they present one-off entertainment shows to audiences worldwide such as the 25th anniversary production of Les Miserables last October