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Shaping the Light – Rendering with @Silverdraft

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What do they grow on the render farm? Light and reflection, and images bright. What do they grow on the render farm? Shadows and darkness, shades of the night. Computer juggles the contrast and texture. Sparing the artist, a mechanized protector? The Render Wrangler tends this farm. Your data is safe! No cause for alarm.   Old time animation was ...

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It Isn’t News without Graphics

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We’ve all heard that: “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words,” but how about a picture designed to speak to us? Images that aren’t just a happy coincidence that fit what we are trying to convey? Can those images say more than a thousand words? Newsroom graphics, used to full effect, can help get the word out on any targeted ...

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Sony – Technology on the Edge

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Sony, never a company to coast on its success, stays at the forefront of innovation for general consumer products and media professional products alike. The company seems to have a knack for holding onto tried and true technologies, as long as they maintain solid relevance while, at the same time, always staying at the cutting edge – developing newtech to ...

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Cine Gear Expo 2015 at Paramount Studios…

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Cine Gear Expo 2015 is here! This early June event (4th through 7th) is wall to wall info-tainment. This media extravaganza was held at the Paramount Studios lot in (trumpet fanfare) Hollywood! Knowledge is power, but it can also be interesting, and possibly even (dare I say?) fun. We had the opportunity to fill our brain with neat and useful stuff ...

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Space (Black)magic! Interstellar!

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It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s the HAYABUSA II! Last December, JAXA (the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency) launched its second mission in the Hayabusa line from the Yoshinobu launch complex at Tanegashima Space Center. HAYABUSA I achieved many firsts in space exploration. The mission wasn’t perfect, but it accomplished quite a bit, including the expenditure of over 1000 hours ...

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Ikan – You Can!

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Ikan really pulled-out all the stops for the 2015 NAB Show. This year’s show entrants breathed new life into the already impressive Ikan product lines.   So, what’s new? You might be inclined to ask. Well… monitors? Check. Rigs? Got that. Teleprompters? OK. LED lights? Yup, did you even need to ask? Ikan carries a broad swath of equipment needs that ...

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Plura Monitors – See it to Believe it!

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Plura Broadcast has made a name for itself in cutting-edge monitors. Monitors aren’t all they do however; a glance at their NAB booth #N2718 at the Las Vegas NAB show would have dispelled all notions of a one-trick pony (albeit an amazing high-quality trick). On display at the booth were such non-monitor items as: an app for MTDoE timers to ...

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APPly your iPad to editing with CTRL + Console!

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CTRL + Console was co-founded by Jeff Chow. Mr. Chow set out to create a new breed of software that would allow creativity to flow more freely – by eliminating the need for users to continually be required to learn complicated new software programs. From humble beginnings as a startup in 2012, the company has grown and now has a ...

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