NASA's Artemis marks the first-ever live immersive broadcast in 8K

NASA’s Artemis marks the first-ever live immersive broadcast in 8K

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As NASA takes the first step to bring mankind back to the moon, invites the public to ride along thanks to its innovative video streaming platform.

Beginning at 11:57 am ET on November 15, MeetMo will be simulcast in 8K and 4K 360° production at Meta Horizon Worlds venues and on the Space Explorers Facebook page in collaboration with Felix & Paul Studios and FlightLine Films. Full 360 degree streaming platforms will also be available over 5G at various locations and planetarium domes worldwide. Stay up to date and visit:

This event marks the first time a space launch is available in ultra-high definition 8K live broadcast anywhere in the world. See NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Karen Nyberg training link:

The Artemis program, a series of ongoing NASA space missions, aims to return humans to the moon for the first time in 50 years.

This unique immersive experience is made possible by Felix & Paul Studios and powered by technology from and FlightLine Films, providing close-up footage from multiple cameras strategically placed around the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The collaboration of the three companies will allow audiences to experience the most realistic and immersive viewing experience of this NASA lunar launch. As spectators are transported to the launch pad, they can feel the heat from the exhaust and hear the roar of the engines. You take one small step onto the launch pad while NASA takes a giant leap that will take mankind back to the moon.

“Mankind’s exploration of space ended with NASA’s final Apollo mission in December 1972,” said Michael Mansouri, CEO of “Today, we are developing new ways of creating and distributing content that can offer viewers experiences that were not possible just a few years ago.”

“Just as the television broadcasts of the ’70s ushered in a new era for home entertainment, today’s digital pioneers are paving the way for new methods of hyper-realistic experiences,” added Mansouri. “We are honored to work with our partners Felix & Paul Studios and FlightLine Films to capture this historic event and share it with all of humanity as an immersive experience never seen before.”

Through proprietary coding systems, creates a cloud-based, real-time video collaboration space and offers the highest quality streaming service available today. This system will support the experience for countless users as they watch NASA Artemis 1 launch in real time.

“With our easy-to-use, feature-rich service, anyone working on any project can quickly capture and share important moments with decision-makers around the world,” said Johan Romero, Chief Technology Officer. “In this case, it enables real-time content aggregation and distribution across multiple platforms such as immersive domes or cinemas, AR/VR devices, social media channels, and live broadcasts.”

About is a cloud-based streaming collaboration platform that connects people, devices and ideas in one hyper-secure place that is easily accessible worldwide. Delivering high quality video up to 8K resolution with the lowest latency for the most realistic experiences, our technology is transforming the way we create and consume content.

For more information about MeetMo, visit

About Felix & Paul Studios

Felix & Paul Studios is an Emmy-winning creator of immersive entertainment experiences that create highly engaging, presence-based experiences for the next generation of technology-enabled devices and venues, including the life-size immersive exhibition Space Explorers.

For more information about Felix and Paul Studios, visit

About FlightLine Movies

FlightLine Films has decades of experience in aerospace photography, long-range missile tracking and live sporting events. They were the first to gather 8.5 million concurrent viewers for a live streaming event featuring aerospace program Red Bull Stratos.

For more information on FlightLine Films, visit

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Related Images

Image 1: 360 camera at NASA

Kandao Obsidian Pro 12K 360° Camera

Image 2: NASA Artemis 360 cameras

Kandao Obsidian Pro 12K 360 camera used for NASA Artemis Launch.

Image 3: Obsidian Pro 12K 360-degree camera

Obsidian Pro 12K 360 degree camera on NASA L-39 launch pad.

Image 4: Flightline Films JLAIR

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