Ever since Vince Laforet’s “Reverie” hit the Net last fall, there’s been a whole lotta talk about the blurring of the lines between photographer and videographer. Just this past Thursday I had the pleasure of being the guest on Jack Hollingsworth’s Toginars podcast. One of the questions that came up was where I see the […]Read more "The Blurring of the Lines"
So. We’ve talked alot about homogenization, being unique, yadda, yadda, yadda. We determined that we no longer want to do what everybody else is doing. But where do I start? How about 80 years from now. Take yourself there, see what is possible at that point. Work backwards, then start making it happen…today. Share in […]Read more "What's Possible?"
I was originally going to name this post “Adapt or Die,” but with the pending Star Trek film by my boy JJ Abrams (and I pray a rebirth of what was once a brilliant sci-fi franchise), I had to go with those three, bone chilling words used by the Borg Collective to herald in the […]Read more "Resistance is Futile"
The advancements in technology that we see today all at some point started out as an idea. A dream. A “what if” scenario. “What if” we could… …travel across the ocean in just a few hours instead of a few months …talk to a loved one…3,000 miles away …calculate Pi out to the 1,000,000th decimal […]Read more "Dream Big"
If you’re in the pro videography or photography world, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve by now heard the buzz surrounding the soon to be released Canon EOS 5D Mark II. This STILL camera DSLR has the capability to shoot in 1080p HD at quality levels that rival (or surpass) HD camcorders multiple […]Read more "Canon 5D Mark II Makes Some Waves"
This week the Game Developers Conference is having its annual convention and tradeshow in San Francisco. One of the hottest company’s premiering their product this week Emotiv. They are a neuro-engineering company that has created the first consumer headset that allows you to control objects in a gaming environment simply through the power of thought. […]Read more "Science Fiction has become a “Virtual” Reality"
I meant to write about this a while ago. But in August Adobe announced some exciting news. They will be adding the H.264 codec to Flash. GRRRREAAAAT! Okay, some of you may be saying “What the heck-fire does that mean and why should I care?” Well, many of you probably won’t care or don’t need […]Read more "Adobe Adds H.264 Codec to Flash"