The health crisis has highlighted the demand for access to works interpreted remotely and broadcast practices to respond to them, such as live video (livestream) or content that increases the viewer experience.

The lack of maturity of the offers offered and the technical and economic difficulties encountered by many actors in this field have nevertheless confirmed the need for investment support for the transposition of audiovisual techniques (recording, online presence, broadcasting, conservation, etc.) in live performance (theatre, dance, music, etc.). In this context, the “Augmented Live Performance Experience” call for projects aims to foster the development of new services and dematerialized broadcasting devices based on technological innovations, of use, organization or economic model.

Practical information:

This call for projects was divided into three waves:

  • The first wave closed on December 3, 2021;
  • The second wave closed on May 3, 2022;
  • The third is in progress, for a removal of the files and final closure the December 5, 2022.

The specifications of the call for projects, the timetable and the methods of appraisal are accessible via the Caisse des dépôts et consignations platform, where applications will also be submitted: https://cdcinvestissementsdavenir.achatpublic.com/sdm/ent/gen/ent_detail.do?selected=0&PCSLID=CSL_2021_1BXsudcZKw

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Cahier des charges des appels à projets « Expérience augmentée du spectacle vivant » et « Numérisation du patrimoine et de l’architecture »

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