In the digital era, communication technology continues to evolve, and 5G technology is one of the keys to leading the trend. Willis Fu , technical director of Taiwan Coiler Corporation, and Wang Zhiwei, leader of Chunghwa Telecom's 5G project test team, jointly assisted the digital transformation of the two national agencies and institutes, establishing a 5G private network specifically for artistic creation, allowing artistic creation to be processed in the stable space of 5G technology. Integrated communication on multiple topics such as virtual imaging, multi-machine broadcast, lighting control, etc.
Relying on the high-speed data transmission of 5G, it combines remote co-performance and live broadcast. Remote co-performance mainly refers to the Art Plaza of the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and the Experimental Theater of the Two Halls: the audience is located in the Art Plaza, while the actors are in the experimental theater, and the two places are connected through 5G The Internet enables real-time interaction of images. Audiences and actors can guess fists and dance with each other, and actors can see the audience's images and respond accordingly.
Coiler Corporation Technical Director Willis Fu said that after personally witnessing the application of 5G in the performing arts, they expect 5G technology to bring more diversified developments to the performing arts field and attract more audiences.