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The Vienna city hall
The Vienna city hall
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Posted 23 May 2015 at 17:29

The official public viewing in the Eurovision Village located in the Vienna city hall square is a meeting place for a lot of Eurovision fans and city guests. Hundreds of them gather there for party and celebration of two Semi-Finals and the Grand Final to be broadcast live on a big screen next to the event location. With [email protected], the official partner OSRAM, makes these events even more attractive, inviting and magnetic. Download [email protected] for free and vote for the Eurovision entries with different colours.

OSRAM became the Official Lighting Partner of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest and prepared a great activity that is going happen at the Eurovision Village on the town hall square during the First Semi-Final on the 19th of May, the Second Semi-Final on the 21st of May, and the Grand Final on the 23rd of May. Through the special OSRAM Eurovision Lightify App, fans will get the possibility to support their favourites.

Everybody can download [email protected] for free and express his/her opinion about the participants and valuate them by selecting one of ten colors each representing a points score, ranging from blue for one point to red for twelve points. All of the App evaluations will be added together within just some seconds and the colour-based average value for all votes illuminates the entire city hall square, including the city hall itself. This can be done for every single performance.
We transform the largest entertainment spectacle in the world into the largest lighting technology event with our light systems. We want to turn the show into a really unforgettable event for the audience" - commented Hans-Joachim Schwabe, CEO of the Osram Specialty Lighting Business Unit.
Here you can download the [email protected] App:
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The Vienna city hall
Photo by: ORF/Roman Zach-Kiesling
Contributors
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Olena Omelyanchuk