EPICentre is a fully fledged TV Station done in XOOPS 2.5. It has been developed over the last several months carefully between fibredyne and chronolabs. Some of the Open Source modules we have been releasing over the last several months have been components of EPICentre which does also have some priopriatry code layers as well.
Utilizing the 4 years of RND by Robert Nathan of Fibredyne Pty Ltd
and the skill of modular design by Simon Roberts (wishcraft) from XOOPS and Chronolabs Co-op
. EPICentre has been honed to a finite perfect solution to presenting Live Sports namely fighting events to the community.
There is still more to come we coupled with www.4mation.com.au
to design a Call Out system that is still in development that allows for the end client of the site to make fight call outs, vote on existing call outs, and so on just like YouTube, utilizing Flash and Wowza 3.x media services. This will eventually allow the client with a webcam to challenge other end clients (fighters) to a show down in the ring, where people can vote for the ones they want to see and if successful the fight goes ahead.
The Media Delievery and production of events is done by the Fibredyne Team. They produce 720p and 1080p IPTV Live streams and transcode live to Apple OS like your iPhone or iPad, Andriod and other mobile platforms. The site also supports seated and online ticketing of fights to view and watch from home or on the go or even at the event for commentry on the fight. The sports system is tied into a massive application called VS. This will never be released as it is priopriatry to the site and business, that allows for live scoring, events, fights, assets, managers, trainers, gyms, companies and a whole lot more to be group into the fights topology as well as controlling camera and event information like tickets amoungst other things it functions and control the wrap on the live sport with VS Module.
Modules we used so far for Epicentre.TV:
So check it out, and if your into fighting you may want to even watch an event. I know it was out of my world when I first watched it, I only do ninjutsu for exercise not really to cause damage.