Livestream swarm help software development

Livestream swarm help. Software for coordinating actions at public events

With the installation of PixelHELPER Livestream Schwarmhilfe software on a site in North Africa, we have created facts for a field trial of our project. We can now work on the problems of the African continent with our help software. We have set up various interactive workplaces on our interactive production site. A sewing shop, a welding station, a bakery, an algae breeding, 3 kilometers of network cables connect 20 cameras together to show our viewers always the latest pictures of the live production.

15 meter hydraulic camera load at the rear with 360Grad camera head & Wlan

Farm visits are very difficult, the least rent but only sell

23.06.18 soup kitchen arrived in Morocco

We drove our Progress soup kitchen for 600 hungry people to Morocco. The kitchen is in the customs for two weeks and we still have to trigger, the cost amounts to about 400 €. The orange cart with tools for our Spirulina Farm is already in Marrakech. We are currently looking for a farm to build Spirulina Farm. Due to the low donation amount of about 2500 € donations in the year 2017, we can only gradually move forward in the project. We expect a rent of at least 600-1200 € depending on the location of the farm. Since we need fast 4G Internet on the farm, we have to do a speed test at each site, since we will later be running at least 20 internal IP cameras, as well as send two external streams to Facebook and Twitch.
The big drawback is that there are very few farms that are not planted up to the top with olive trees, but have an open space with electricity & water.
We have already looked at 10 farms and the only one that was suitable was for sale for 80.000 € offered and not for rent.

18.06.18 Customs still hold the kitchen, tanks are easier to export

Current figures & investments

Currently we have already invested about 25.000 € in tools for the Spirulina Farm and 25.000 € in logistics costs, car purchase and to bring our equipment to North Africa.
We need your help as soon as possible to send an 24 hour livestream from Morocco. As soon as the Spirulina Farm is active, we will drive our soup kitchen with a Defender tractor to Senegal. Should we not get a permanent residence permit for Morocco we will drive further south towards Mauritania, Senegal and Gambia and try there
to get a location and a Daueraufenthalsememigung. Apparently, it is easier to export tanks to Africa than humanitarian relief supplies.

Electrical engineering for mobile power supply of the notebooks in our livestreams

360 grade cameras on a mobile stretcher. Wi-Fi connection to the car for mobile outdoor use

11.05.18 Defender & Caravan to keep costs as low as possible in Africa

Example of a hose production by Spirulina in order not to build concrete basins

Humanism as an interactive experience in the livestream, control the distribution via the emoticons in Facebook. Zombies do not know any race, color or religion. Only brains! The project Zombies without Borders sees itself as an interactive aid swarm platform. The name is the derivative of a number of zombie computers that are controlled externally. Our aspiration is nothing less than a solution to all humanitarian catastrophes by interactively helping viewers through the livestream. Our goal: 24 hours of livestream from the sparks of the world. Accompanying reporters in the war zones, aid distribution in the refugee camp or hunting poachers in the Kruger National Park, the possibilities our swarm control are boundless Our tool: The Emotionicons of Facebook control the aid swarm and decide what is done.

The goal of Zombies without Borders is therefore in many places, using the developed technology, including mobile battery carrying garments; internal WLAN camera controls, interactive database software for swarm control, add-ons for the RMTP Facebook livestream control large groups of people for positive purposes via the browser to solve the important problems of the time.

The first livestream locations are Senegal, Palestine and our logistics hub in Morocco. PixelHELPER wants to supply all other countries with humanitarian relief supplies from the Morocco site. On the way to Madagascar, we want to install at least one interactive livestream location in each country. The Livestream Places will either build employment opportunities like an algae farm & produce products together with refugees to give them a good future on the African continent. Everything in the livestream, you have always been there and decide what happens. Each place will be displayed in the livestream during the day, interactive television with the aim to improve the world through swarm help. In Madagascar, we want to use Georgian phage therapy to protect people from the lung plague that breaks out there every year. Through a cult of the dead, the inhabitants of the island repeatedly come into contact with the pathogens that already killed millions of people in Europe in the Middle Ages.

Interactive real-time help in the live video stream in your browser.

Technically, it works so that we start a livestream with transparent controls and then invite the respective "Zombies without limits" employees in our livestream. So we keep an eye on the choreography of the interactive controls and react quickly to changes in the livestream at the place of the crisis.

2014-2015 we collected first experience with livestream swarm help

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