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1. WHITE BOX | PREVIEW

  • Published: 2011-03-28T12:13:42+00:00
  • Duration: 42
  • By Purform
WHITE BOX | PREVIEW

A/V performance for a tryptic of HD video screens and quadraphonic audio White Box is a work based on a new way of generating A/V compositions in real time and is a new piece in a cycle that began in 2003 with Black Box. This cycle metaphorically transposes, into sound and images, concepts from systems theory related to black, white and grey boxes. Visuals: Yan Breuleux Music: Alain Thibault Captation video: Christian Pomerleau: gridspace.ca


2. christmas

  • Published: 2016-11-05T04:01:16+00:00
  • Duration: 101
  • By giraysait
christmas

download link https://videohive.net/item/christmas/18710816 Christmas project, 3in1 project Colorful background, White and Night background version included. Change background with one click Change colors(santa,snowmanscarf.candy,texts and box colors) Particle,snow and fog control included Easy preview comps included, Audio not included. Free Font and Audio download link in project read file 0:24sec Sounds Fx included (Box paper and fireworks sounds) NO Plugins required


3. Martin Abel - Time Lapse Digital Inks - Eternal Tide

  • Published: 2014-08-01T02:36:13+00:00
  • Duration: 98
  • By Martin Abel
Martin Abel - Time Lapse Digital Inks - Eternal Tide

The Music Featured is by the band kwoon, song I Lived On The Moon from the Tales And Dreams. Martin has been listening to this album non stop since jumping into this new project. Check them out! www.facebook.com/kwoonmusic Speed video of the digital inking process. Entire inking done in photoshop CS5, using a wacom cintiq 21UX This process is done on a very high level zoom. What you are seeing in this video is an overview or preview of the whole artwork. For those of you interested if you look very close you can see a floating white rectangle jumping around the areas being completed. This white box represents the section being worked on at the time and the perimeter of that white box is the whole screen view at the time of the inking. The video itself documents 2 minutes of actual time every second. This video going for only 1 and half minutes was originally over 3 hours of video footage. The over all inking process did take slightly longer as there are sections missing from this footage. This piece in particular including breaks and eye/hand rest took around 6 hours to complete, and it hasnt even seen any colour yet! The artwork is titled 'Eternal Tide' It has been created specifically for the next hard cover art book 'Nightmares & Visions' scheduled to be released late 2014 early 2015. This piece is just 1 of 24 to be in the book which engulfs you on a journey that explores the darkest depths of nightmares, through to the highest of highs. More will be revealed regarding this book within time. But for now stay tuned and thanks for watching! You can stay updated about everything we are doing for the book by following us at all or just one of the pages bellow: www.martinabel.com www.facebook.com/martinabelart http://instagram.com/abelart twitter.com/martinabel


4. Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - SEO Service

  • Published: 2017-07-22T11:07:41+00:00
  • Duration: 15
  • By ZANIMOTION
Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - SEO Service

Creative Concept / Art Direction / Motion Design / Sound Design FX by MB - ZANIMOTION Copyright All rights reserved License File available at http://bit.ly/2vAfWQR -- The Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - SEO service showcase is a unique, universal, out of the box motion graphic piece build for digital media agencies. Your company offers SEO services, google ad-words, web statistics, Digital consulting, viral social networks, community management, strategic advertisement, effective online marketing campaign . Project works as a jingle commercial, trendy, engaging and dynamic ready made video kit should help you showcase your Digital media agency SEO & Marketing skills Not just a typography based opener on stomp sound music, most of the slides comes with custom made key visual SEO related graphic , to ensure message is delivered with a positive, engaging feeling on solutions your agency deliver to clients. Need a professional viral video to hook your audience, give a long lasting impression clients and partners network, then this ready made, short & catchy, trendy good looking 15sec video is made for you. As always Project is well organized with colored coded layers. Timeline elements are commented and project comes with an extensive tutorial for an easy hand over. Smooth to adjust, modify, extend, the Project Color Control gives you the ability to change any elements shown on screen. Don't need a black and white version, change it with ease to match your company branding, or Load your custom design, easily switch off the pre-made design provided in a click to display your content. No plug-in required . Works in any language (universal expression enabled). Main Features :: CS6 & above :: Full HD1080 / HD720 / 540 Unique, :: Universal, Modern, Minimalist, and catchy video opener made for Digital Media agencies :: 15sec Duration to professionally hook your audience ::Unique Key visual graphic to highlight SEO Services, Social Networks, Online Marketing, Digital consulting :: Support any type of logo version (horizontal, vertical, colored, or text) :: Display your custom footage or use the pre-made build design (all stock background shown in preview are included, see details below ) :: Full color control on everything, get the look and feel you want in an instant Music & Video Credits Music Track used in project preview is not included. You can get them from RedOctopus talented audiojungle author. Action Clap and drum https://audiojungle.net/item/action-claps-and-drums/19497052?s_rank=1?ref=zanimotion Stock background shown in preview are not included, you can get them from videohive author ENVideo : https://videohive.net/item/night-city-suburbs-drive/10277810?s_rank=2?ref=zanimotion Celesta8 : https://videohive.net/item/fast-city-drive-night-road-tunnel-pov/16932179?ref=zanimotion


5. qualcomm vs string augmented reality demo

  • Published: 2011-06-24T18:50:37+00:00
  • Duration: 100
  • By Watson DG
qualcomm vs string augmented reality demo

As a part of our continual efforts to explore new technologies and discover what they can do for interactive advertising, we came across two exciting new mobile augmented reality platforms built upon Unity3D. The QCar SDK from Qualcomm being the only solution for Android, and String is the only solution for iOS. Both solutions have their individual strengths and weaknesses, but in the end, both prove to be excellent products. For this demo, we used the demo release version of String, and QCar v1.0.0. Our goal was to create a a multi-platform experience, note differences in workflow, and share what we came up with. Our Workflow: The general workflow for AR really isn't any different from any other Unity project. Overall, we'd say String is a little bit easier to work with, because of the in editor desktop preview using your webcam. Using QCar you have to publish to the device every time you want to test anything. As a workaround, another camera was set up to use in editor, and disable/enable when publishing to device. Qualcomm's marker creation process is a little more robust; everything is generated for you on their online developer portal. One annoying using String; you will need to manually tweak the world scale through trial and error if you're trying to get something sized just right. Qualcomm's solution places a plane in your scene that represents the marker (and textured), allowing you to position and scale things relative to it, eliminating guess work. Tracking and Performance: We can't accurately gauge performance head to head - testing on a Nexus S and a iPad 2, which are very different from each other. We will say however, that String's solution breaks a little less and finds the target faster. Qualcomm's solution on the other hand tracks a bit more accurately, and allows for quite a bit more freedom in choice of a marker. String's marker requires you to have a black border, surrounded by a white border. On the positive side, this allows you to frame just about anything you want inside, so long as it isn't too symmetrical. This makes it easier to frame existing art (or posters), like done for the movie transformers. Unfortunately, If at any point the camera can't see the entire Marker, the experience breaks. Qualcomm's marker can be just about anything, with a few limitations. It's internal content needs to be pretty complicated and full of contrast, which is a bit harder than it sounds to make interesting. It tracks based on points generated throughout the image, so you can zoom in to only part of the marker, or stand back and frame the entire thing. It also allows for you to create box shaped markers (imagine using a cereal box as a marker, that can cull objects that pass behind it). Conclusion: Overall both solutions work surprisingly well and we're excited to possible use these in commercial projects. In the creation of the car demo, we were able to deploy the same solution to both Android and iPhone, with very little effort. In choosing which one is better of the two, it really depends on the project and what kind of marker you require. It will be interesting to see Qualcomm's iOS solution when it becomes available to give a full head-to-head comparison. If both solutions remain in the state they are in, we think String will need to re-evaluate their pricin


6. Island

  • Published: 2012-07-13T18:51:33+00:00
  • Duration: 494
  • By Niamh O'Malley
Island

Island, 2010 Commissioned by Centre Culturel Monterhermoso, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, 2010 HDDvd projection, 8min 13sec loop, Black Polycotton Stretched over Plywood, 5m x 2m x 30mm (variable) PLEASE NOTE: This link is for Preview Purposes Only This video is not the final work. By this I mean that it is not ideally viewed on a computer screen or monitor. This video is intended as a projection, HD quality, on a large scale screen covered in black cloth. Please see the accompanying installation images and texts for clarification. Exhibited: Island, Solo Exhibition, Centro Cultural Monthermoso Kulturune, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, 2010, All humans do, group exhibition curated by Aoife Tunney, White Box, New York & The Model, Sligo, Ireland, 2012, At the Still Point, Irish women artists working in film, Kilkenny Arts Festival 2012, curated by Josephine Kelliher, Solo Exhibition, Hå Gamle Prestegard, Norway, 2012 Island' was shot on the lake island of Lough Derg. This remote location, a pilgrimage destination for centuries, is a site of distance and discipline. The structure of the video corresponds to the natural momentum of the island; an intuitive choreography of rhythm and repetition. The shots are empty of people but evidence a solid and substantial construction of place. The video explores a kind of drifting memory as the camera tracks silently past a montage of scenes. The imagery is reduced to its most basic tonal properties of black and white, and projected onto a large screen covered in black cloth. The view is periodically obscured by black screens which were positioned in front of the camera to provide interruptions or intervals. These gaps serve as markers to structure the discontinuity; the effort to capture a symbolic space in fragments. www.niamhomalley.com


7. Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - WEB Service

  • Published: 2017-07-18T15:16:11+00:00
  • Duration: 15
  • By ZANIMOTION
Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - WEB Service

http://bit.ly/2u6btod Copyright ZANIMOTION -- The Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - Web service showcase, is a unique, universal, out of the box motion graphic piece, to specifically showcase your digital agency media web services. Either you're providing high end Web media content, by designing, coding and developping html5, css3, Javascript, dynamic responsive website, online platform with driven content management system like wordpress, joomla (for naming the most re-known)... or e-commerce with strong secured SAS solutions, this premium after effect template should help you showcase your dynamic and creative media agency. Not just a typography based opener on stomp sound music, most of the slides comes with custom made key visual graphic, to ensure message is delivered with a positive, engaging feeling on solutions your agency deliver to clients. Need a professional viral video to hook your audience, give a long lasting impression clients and partners network, then this ready made, short & catchy, trendy good looking 15sec video is made for you. As always Project is well organized with colored coded layers. Timeline elements are commented and project comes with an extensive tutorial for an easy hand over. Smooth to adjust, modify, extend, the Project Color Control gives you the ability to change any elements shown on screen. Don't need a black and white version, change it with ease to match your company branding, or Load your custom design, easily switch off the pre-made design provided in a click to display your content. No plug-in required . Works in any language (universal expression enabled). -- Main Features :: CS6 & above :: Full HD1080 / HD720 / 540 Unique, :: Universal, Modern, Minimalist, and catchy video opener made for Web digital agencies :: 15sec Duration to professionally hook your audience :: Unique Key visual graphic to highlight web agency design and development services :: Support any type of logo version (horizontal, vertical, colored, or text) :: Display your custom design on websites and mobile placeholder end shot :: Full color control on everything, get the look and feel you want in an instant -- Music Credits Music Track used in project preview is not included. You can get them from RedOctopus talented audiojungle author. Score is a mixed based on multiple tracks. Refer to the videohive item description to get your hand on it.


8. Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - VIDEO Service

  • Published: 2017-07-22T11:14:13+00:00
  • Duration: 15
  • By ZANIMOTION
Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - VIDEO Service

Creative Concept / Art Direction / Motion Design / Sound Design FX by MB - ZANIMOTION Copyright All rights reserved License available at : http://bit.ly/2tW3XJ6 -- The Digital Agency Stomp Jingle - VIDEO service showcase, is a unique, universal, out of the box motion graphic piece build for digital media agencies. Your company offers event video showcase, company and product video explainer, logo reveal, visual effect compositing video, Virtual Reality solutions, 3D logo sting, corporate video opener, TV commercials, after effect template based video solutions, or custom high end motion graphic to clients. Project works as a jingle commercial, trendy, engaging and dynamic ready made video kit (all stock footage shown in preview are included) should help you showcase your Digital media agency and creative studio work. Not just a typography based opener on stomp sound music, most of the slides comes with custom made key visual graphic, to ensure message is delivered with a positive, engaging feeling on solutions your agency deliver to clients. Need a professional viral video to hook your audience, give a long lasting impression clients and partners network, then this ready made, short & catchy, trendy good looking 15sec video is made for you. Your company is Offering multi disciplinary services ? make sure to check out other my complementary jingle product to covers all your digital skills your company furnish. As always Project is well organized with colored coded layers. Timeline elements are commented and project comes with an extensive tutorial for an easy hand over. Smooth to adjust, modify, extend, the Project Color Control gives you the ability to change any elements shown on screen. Don't need a black and white version, change it with ease to match your company branding, or Load your custom design, easily switch off the pre-made design provided in a click to display your content. No plug-in required . Works in any language (universal expression enabled). Main Features CS6 & above Full HD1080 / HD720 / 540 Unique, Universal, Modern, Minimalist, and catchy video opener made for Digital Media agencies 15sec Duration to professionally hook your audience Unique Key visual graphic to highlight Video Production, VR solutions, 360 immersive content, Motion graphic Services Support any type of logo version (horizontal, vertical, colored, or text) Display your custom footage or use the premade build design (all stock background shown in preview are included, see details below ) Full color control on everything, get the look and feel you want in an instant Easy set-up : Drag & Drop Composition Sound FX Included (drop me a mail via my profile page) No commercial plugin required, only FREE Stuff (see details below) Detailed User guide included Works in any language - universalized expression


9. ProKeyFrame Lesson - Real Time Animation Tool - Pixel Film Studios - Final Cut Pro X Tutorials

ProKeyFrame Lesson - Real Time Animation Tool - Pixel Film Studios - Final Cut Pro X Tutorials

http://store.pixelfilmstudios.com/plugin/plugin-prokeyframe Welcome to a ProKeyFrame Lesson from Pixel Film Studios. ProKeyFrame allows final cut pro x users to animate pictures, text, or videos using a real-time animation tool. Simply click and drag the mouse in the viewer to create a path which you can fully customize. Create a project that your viewers won’t forget using ProKeyFrame. ___________ TIMELINE Let’s begin by locating ProKeyFrame in the Generators library. Click and Drag the generator to the timeline. Select the ProKeyFrame generator, Then go to the inspector window. ____________ INSTRUCTIONS/ GUIDE CONTROLS Once your Timeline is set up you will notice the instructions to ProKeyFrame in the Viewer window. You can turn the instructions off by simply unchecking the Instructions box. Now lets move on to the guide controls. First go to the viewer window. Click, Hold and drag your keyframe path. The white line is the path your image will follow, The white rectangle is a place holder for the footage you decide to use. After you have your Keyframe path set you can make it invisible by unchecking the guides check box. Next is the Guide Color option where you can change the color of the line to make it easier to follow on different types of media. The thickness slider makes the guide line thicker or thinner. ______________ ANIMATION CONTROLS Once you have the guide controls set you can move onto the Animation Controls section. When checked the time based path will keep your image steady and it will also follow your keyframe path exactly. With the Time Based Path unchecked your image will be free flowing. The image will follow your keyframe but will not stay directly on the preview path line. Next is the Align Angle which keeps the image stationary and in the same position through out the keyframe path. Unchecking the Align Angle will make the image twist and turn with the keyframe path. Now start adjusting the path smoothness slider. Moving the path smoothness slider to the right will make your keyframe path rounded which in turn will make your images movement precise and steady. By moving the slider to the left will make your path edgy. Your image will then have an uneven movement loosely following the keyframe path. ________________ DROP ZONE CONTROLS Now that your path is set you can now add your footage in the drop zone section. Click the drop zone icon in the inspector window, Then select your media from the FCPX library. Once selected click the apply button located in the bottom right corner of the viewer window, After you have your media in the drop zone you can adjust the scale and angle of it.


10. SOME/DINNER001

  • Published: 2014-12-18T17:21:35+00:00
  • Duration: 191
  • By SOME/THINGS
SOME/DINNER001

On the event of the launching of SOME/DINNER, SOME/THINGS TEAM welcomed in the CONCEPT S/TORE a remarkable selection of guests of its inner circle to announce the upcoming release of S/T MAGAZINE008. Through the reunion of the Chef Yariv Berreby - presenting an exclusive Menu around refined products, a highlight of artists amongst our pool of talents and a choice of high-range partner brands, all could enjoy the pleasure of new acquaintances by evolving in an atmosphere dedicated to the five senses. Over the black marble table designed by P O U R N O I R for SOME/THINGS, a tasting menu elaborated by Chef Yariv Berreby with a particular insight of the META/MORPHOSIS of the sea - a fresh foretaste with garden vegetables from grower Joël Thiébault in a piquillos dressing, addictive smoked swordfish capriccios or beets & cillantro over peanuts shortbreads - followed by a festival of a myriad flavors. Starting with a trilogy of starters - Marinated Sea Bass on the white-green purest side, Grilled Octopus in shades of purple associated to shiso and red cabbage, Grilled Crayfish in a seafruit broth served on a butternut ravioli - simply melting in mouth. The main dish was elaborated around roasted monkfish mixed with smoked eel and black forest mushrooms - the meeting between sea and soil - and large platters of fregola sprinkled with autumn small veggies. This apex of the savory side was thought as the perfect time for experiencing the magics of unexpectedly sharing this meal altogether. Especially designed by ceramic artist Monica Prentice for the event, the deep black plates receiving these exclusive culinary creations shown the typical irregularities of craftsmen’s creations - adorned by SOME/THINGS’ « slash ». A renewal to the place of art in usual life - with a table center made of three vases and a candle-box of the same finish. On the drink list, Mumm Champagne offered its partnership to the event with a Grand Cru Brut Selection and Cheng Qu had us the honor of serving exclusive Bordeaux wine from exclusive Maisons: Chateau Branda, Chateau l’Enclos and Chateau d’Argan. But two other hits of this exclusive event came from the cocktails and bakery Chambelland. Imposing their revolution over the bakery field in Paris by creating gluten-free dense loaves made with a combination of buckwheat and rice flours - the two partners behind the bakery astonished our guests with one special creation, a gluten-free bread of black-color made with squid ink associated to lemon peels and hazelnuts of the most refined taste. Extremely talented alcotherapist Florian Tatsuhito revisited two of his best creations « L’Archevêque » & « Ombre » mixing a range of excellent brands over meticulously arrangement of highest selections. Through the perfect sound system of latest Devialet 120 Amplifier, guests could enjoy a sur-mesure composition by DMNDS flirting with projections enveloping the complete atmosphere. METAPHASE marvelous visual creations by artists collective GL-OW as a preview of the upcoming line-up in MAGAZINE 008 as well as a special composition of 3D-images specifically matching James Cheng Tan’s vision of the terrestrial and ethereal META/MORPHOSIS by care of FABULOUS’ artists duo. Not only the olfactive sense could be aroused by luxurious smell of Yariv Berreby’s cuisine, but « artisans » scents makers Mad et Len thought about a precise combination of three of their creations offering a slight floating perfume of META/MORPHOSIS from minerals touches, to volcano fusion towards some fresh vegetal key notes. Smell experiencing the opposite side evolution of the taste. This launching of an intimate event - gathering around our table people we love to share our values with - in an artistical wave of conviviality certainly sustained its objectives by fully seducing its opening guests. Waiting for the second edition to be organized in the first quarter of 2015, SOME/THINGS invites its followers to take a look at its latest private production before the release of its highly anticipated MAGAZINE 008. http://www.pournoir.com http://www.madetlen.com http://www.ghmumm.com/en http://www.chambelland.com http://www.orgyness.com http://www.monicaprentice.com http://www.le-bat.com Text by Charlotte Robert | S/TUDIO Directed & edited by David Hugonot Petit Music by DMNDS Produced by SOME/THINGS S/TUDIO & ORGYNESS


11. WEATHER ALERT AM/FM HIDDEN CLOCK RADIO (Buy / Rent)

  • Published: 2010-11-24T20:35:58+00:00
  • Duration: 354
  • By Monty Henry
WEATHER ALERT AM/FM HIDDEN CLOCK RADIO (Buy / Rent)

WEATHER ALERT AM/FM HIDDEN CLOCK RADIO (Buy / Rent) Open 24/7/365! (888) 344-3742 or (818) 298-3292 In this video http://tinyurl.com/yk8xljf we present to you (via our surveillance and security video library) information about our new products, counter-surveillance techniques, industry-news, etc. RSS Reader (Widget) for New Surveillance Product/Service Announcements: http://tinyurl.com/yzg66zj Use this new RSS Reader / Widget to automatically receive new product and service announcements. Preview the same state-of-the-art surveillance and security equipment Detectives, PI's, the CIA and FBI use. Join us on Facebook! (DPLSURVE) http://www.facebook.com/dplsurve Stay Informed! We have a life-time warranty / guarantee on all products. (Includes parts and labor). http://www.dpl-surveillance-equipment.com/dvr_based_hidden_cameras.html Our new Midland (hidden nanny camera) is a VERY SMALL low profile AM/FM clock radio with weather band alert. Only 6 inches wide, 2.4 inches high and 4.2 inches deep This tiny radio appears "at home" in a multitude of locations. It can be used as a desk clock, shelf clock, clock radio, office clock, weather alert radio, or even travel radio. So small, nobody would ever suspect that there is a full function motion-activated DVR inside recording 160 hours of full 30fps hi-res (600 LOR) black & white or color video. This is a "Totally Covert" rentable solution including "invisible trap door" with special magnetic key to open. All radio functions work normally. Take a look at all the hi tech features and we are sure you will agree that this is the only unit of its type for the serious user. You can buy it for long-term applications or just rent it for short-term situations or rent-to-own to make your purchase more affordable! This is a new model Midland AM/FM clock radio, with a built in weather band alert. Modern Midland AM/FM Clock Radio with Weather Band Alert: * 600 LOR Sony ExView CCD Camera. * 0.00 Lux with IR illuminators- No Light Required * IR Remote Control for System Setup and Playback * 640 X 480, 320 X 240 Frame Size (Selectable) * Invisible Camera (no new holes in radio) * Upgradable Firmware via SD Card * Fully Adjustable Frame Rate 1~30fps * Embedded Time/Date Stamp * Hidden Trap Door for SD Card * Scheduled Recordings * Motion Activation Grid * 32Gb SD Card Support * Can be modified for European ac standards (220-240v) Exclusive "New Technology" not found on any other unit of its kind: Magnetic "Trap Door" - Totally covert! Obsolete, old style units have SD cards located in battery compartment, resulting in no backup battery and anyone can open and easily see "tell tale" SD card slot. Our "Trap Door" technology is virtually impossible to locate or open unless you know the secret and have the special magnetic key. * Back Up Battery- Old style, obsolete units use battery compartment for SD card slot, if radio is unplugged, or power is interrupted, the time must be manually reset. With the our technology, backup battery is in place and active. Unit may be moved from location to location without resetting time. * Weather Alert Feature: This radio is at home in any room, office or warehouse, due to the exclusive weather alert. Features: * Radio: Midland 7 Channel Desktop Alarm Clock, Weather Alert Radio With AM FM Radio. * 7 Channel All Hazard Alert Weather Radio * AM/FM Radio Tuner * Receives 24 Hour A Day National Weather Bureau Broadcasts * Alert System Turns On And Overrides The FM Or AM Radio When Dangerous Weather Or Civil Emergencies Arise * Digital Weather Tuner For Maximum Range Up To 50 Miles * Choice Of Siren, Voice Or Visual Only Warnings * Manual Override Gives Weather Data * External Jacks For Power And Optional Range * Extending Antenna * Emergency Battery Backup * Requires (4) AA Batteries * Includes Wall Power Module Specifications: Channel: 7 Alarm Type: Wake up to Local Weather, AM/FM or Buzz Frequency Band/Bandwidth: AM, FM Alert System: Turns On Weather Tuner: Digital Range: Up to 50 Miles Battery Volt: 4 X "AA": Wall Power Module: Yes Dimensions & Weight: Width: 6 Inches Height: 2.4 Inches Depth: 4.2 Inches Weight: .1 lbs Our high-quality nanny and spy cameras will show what's really happening between your employees, children, etc. even when you're not there. Covert, Spy and Nanny-Baby-Sitter cameras are becoming very popular. More people are considering using hidden in-home and/or office surveillance devices to watch (and listen) locally or remotely. New Product Announcements! Sign-up to be notified! Look for this subscriber box on our home page: "Enter your email to subscribe to our Podcasts": DPL-Surveillance-Equipment.com LLC is a world leader and pioneer of online video demonstration in the Surveillance and Security Industry and also, pioneer of renting a full range of equipment to Consumers, Government, Law Enforcement, Private Investigators, small and large companies worldwide. We have one of the largest varieties of state-of-the-art (one-of-a-kind) surveillance and counter-surveillance equipment including Biometric Identification Systems, Anti-terrorist-related equipment, Personal Protection and Bug Detection Products. Buy, rent or lease the same state-of-the-art surveillance and security equipment Detectives, PI's, the CIA and FBI use. Take back control! * Please feel free to use this link: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Dpl-surveillance-equipmentcom and iPodderX to subscribe to our Podcasts. Phone: (1888) 344-3742 Toll Free (USA) Local: (818) 344-3742 [email protected] Twitter DPLSURVE MSN [email protected] AOL Instant Messenger DPLSURVE32 Skype Montyl32 Yahoo Instant Messenger Montyl32 Alternate Email Address [email protected] http://www.dpl-surveillance-equipment.com/dvr_based_hidden_cameras.html Serious Inquiries Only! International Orders FOB Los Angeles Delivery: Within 5 days in receipt of T/T wire transfer Payment: T/T wire transfer (See Website) Purchase Orders:Accepted upon credit approval. Fax References w/Orders to: (1775) 249-9320 My RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Dpl-surveillance-equipmentcom


12. SOME/DINER001

SOME/DINER001

On the event of the launching of SOME/DINNER, SOME/THINGS TEAM welcomed in the CONCEPT S/TORE a remarkable selection of guests of its inner circle to announce the upcoming release of S/T MAGAZINE008. Through the reunion of the Chef Yariv Berreby - presenting an exclusive Menu around refined products, a highlight of artists amongst our pool of talents and a choice of high-range partner brands, all could enjoy the pleasure of new acquaintances by evolving in an atmosphere dedicated to the five senses. Over the black marble table designed by P O U R N O I R for SOME/THINGS, a tasting menu elaborated by Chef Yariv Berreby with a particular insight of the META/MORPHOSIS of the sea - a fresh foretaste with garden vegetables from grower Joël Thiébault in a piquillos dressing, addictive smoked swordfish capriccios or beets & cillantro over peanuts shortbreads - followed by a festival of a myriad flavors. Starting with a trilogy of starters - Marinated Sea Bass on the white-green purest side, Grilled Octopus in shades of purple associated to shiso and red cabbage, Grilled Crayfish in a seafruit broth served on a butternut ravioli - simply melting in mouth. The main dish was elaborated around roasted monkfish mixed with smoked eel and black forest mushrooms - the meeting between sea and soil - and large platters of fregola sprinkled with autumn small veggies. This apex of the savory side was thought as the perfect time for experiencing the magics of unexpectedly sharing this meal altogether. Especially designed by ceramic artist Monica Prentice for the event, the deep black plates receiving these exclusive culinary creations shown the typical irregularities of craftsmen’s creations - adorned by SOME/THINGS’ « slash ». A renewal to the place of art in usual life - with a table center made of three vases and a candle-box of the same finish. On the drink list, Mumm Champagne offered its partnership to the event with a Grand Cru Brut Selection and Cheng Qu had us the honor of serving exclusive Bordeaux wine from exclusive Maisons: Chateau Branda, Chateau l’Enclos and Chateau d’Argan. But two other hits of this exclusive event came from the cocktails and bakery Chambelland. Imposing their revolution over the bakery field in Paris by creating gluten-free dense loaves made with a combination of buckwheat and rice flours - the two partners behind the bakery astonished our guests with one special creation, a gluten-free bread of black-color made with squid ink associated to lemon peels and hazelnuts of the most refined taste. Extremely talented alcotherapist Florian Tatsuhito revisited two of his best creations « L’Archevêque » & « Ombre » mixing a range of excellent brands over meticulously arrangement of highest selections. Through the perfect sound system of latest Devialet 120 Amplifier, guests could enjoy a sur-mesure composition by DMNDS flirting with projections enveloping the complete atmosphere. METAPHASE marvelous visual creations by artists collective GL-OW as a preview of the upcoming line-up in MAGAZINE 008 as well as a special composition of 3D-images specifically matching James Cheng Tan’s vision of the terrestrial and ethereal META/MORPHOSIS by care of FABULOUS’ artists duo. Not only the olfactive sense could be aroused by luxurious smell of Yariv Berreby’s cuisine, but « artisans » scents makers Mad et Len thought about a precise combination of three of their creations offering a slight floating perfume of META/MORPHOSIS from minerals touches, to volcano fusion towards some fresh vegetal key notes. Smell experiencing the opposite side evolution of the taste. This launching of an intimate event - gathering around our table people we love to share our values with - in an artistical wave of conviviality certainly sustained its objectives by fully seducing its opening guests. Waiting for the second edition to be organized in the first quarter of 2015, SOME/THINGS invites its followers to take a look at its latest private production before the release of its highly anticipated MAGAZINE 008. pournoir.com madetlen.com ghmumm.com/en chambelland.com orgyness.com monicaprentice.com le-bat.com Text by Charlotte Robert | S/TUDIO Directed & edited by David Hugonot Petit Music by DMNDS Produced by SOME/THINGS S/TUDIO & ORGYNESS


13. YOUNG NEW YORK Silent Art Auction Fundraiser PREVIEW

YOUNG NEW YORK Silent Art Auction Fundraiser PREVIEW

YOUNG NEW YORK: At Risk Youth Being Seen, Heard & Known Sponsored by White Box ART AUCTION & FUNDRAISER Tuesday, May 29, 6 - 10pm Preview work here TICKETS $25.00 General Admission $50.00 YNY Supporter Purchase tickets here PROGRAM 5 - 6pm: Auction previews, beverages by Bomb Lager, food by Maimonide & a set by DJ Eleven 6pm: Doors open 7:30pm: Presentation* 7:45pm: Live Auction by Noreen Sumpter 8pm: Silent Auction bidding starts and DJ Eleven second set 9pm: Silent Auction ends *Presentation by Lisa Schreibersdorf Esq, Executive Director and founder of Brooklyn Defender Services and a Past-President of the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Wayne Lyte Brown, Director of Avoid Being Average (ABA Designs) and Rachel Barnard, founding co-director of Young New York. Participating Artists: Steve Powers ESPO, Steven Holl, Dread Scott, Alfredo Martinez, Jesse Hazelip, NohjColey, Joe Iurato, Miguel Ovalle, Overunder, Gaia, Rudie Diaz, Marissa, Paternoster, Ian Kuali'I, LNY, Blackmath, Mare139, Doodles, Feral Child, Cake, ND'A, QRST, Sean 9 Lugo, Radical!, C215 from the Vandalog collection, Gilf, Rachel Hays, Alice Mizrachi, SUE works, Clown Soldier, Jill Cohen, Yulia Pinkusevich, Alyse Dunn, NEVER, Sheryo, the YOK, ASVP, Labrona, Then One, Tom Smith, Day Le, Danielle Riechers, Jon Burgerman, Darnell Scott, Nathan Pickett, Joseph Grazi, John Breiner, Anne Grauso, Beau Stanton, Jamie Bruno, Luna Park, Sam Dylan Gordon, Fay Ku, Michael Bilsborough, Felipe Baeza, Sam Fleischner, Cecile Chong, Romy Scheroder, Rena Leinberger, Rebecca Jewell, Michael Bell and Eunjeong Seong Curated by Natalie Trainor & LNY ABOUT YOUNG NEW YORK Legally classified as adults in New York State, 16- and 17-year-olds are included in the adult criminal justice system from arrest through sentencing. Young New York (YNY) is an art-focused social justice project that raises awareness about this issue and the need for positive and constructive alternatives to the school-to-prison pipeline. Young New York is supported by the Goodman Fellowship at Columbia University and Brooklyn Defender Services. For more information visit www.youngnewyorkers.org.


14. Pop Boxes On White Preview

Pop Boxes On White Preview

Pop Boxes On White is another fine motion background from churchcountdowns.com. This download includes HD720p and SD (640×480) MP4 file options.


15. Shapeways 2D to 3D Easy Creator

  • Published: 2016-01-19T16:25:51+00:00
  • Duration: 79
  • By Shapeways
Shapeways 2D to 3D Easy Creator

https://www.shapeways.com/creator In this video, we give you a quick tutorial on how easy it is to take a 2D drawing or image, and turn it into a 3D object that you can order. For amore in depth- description, see below, and check out our blog at: https://www.shapeways.com/blog/?p=23392 STEP 1: Pick an image: There are a couple of images you can upload to 2D to 3D. If you want to create a doodle-style design, draw it yourself on white paper or a white dry erase board. You can also use an image that has already been created, including fonts, shapes, patterns, "pop art" inspired original photos and more. For best results you'll want to use a simple black and white drawing. Either way, make sure your image follows the following criteria: Simple black and white: The black portions will "pop" and be thickened into your 3D product, while the white represents empty space Cropped to the edges: The viewer measures the width of the image you upload, not the design itself, so make sure to crop your image before uploading STEP 2: Upload your design: Once you've picked your image, you're ready to upload! To start, go to 2D to 3D and click "Choose File." You'll quickly see your image come up on the viewer and you'll be able to play around with the thickness and width of the product. As you change the thickness and width of your design, be sure to hit "Update View" so that you can preview your final product. When you're happy with the design, hit the "Buy Now" button to go to your Model page. STEP 3: Scale your design and pick your material: To scale your design, hit "Scale" and put in your desired measurments when the new box pops up. Scaling your design will impact the size of your design, as well as the cost depending on the material you choose. At this point, you'll also learn which materials your product can be printed in. The entire Shapeways material portfolio will be listed, and each will be indicated if it can be printed or not. With 54 materials to choose from, it can be a little overwhelming to decide what you want your product to be printed in. If you want to test your product and get a basic idea of what your design will look like in 3D, we'd suggest sticking with our White Strong & Flexible Plastic. For something a little more fun, choose any one of our dyed plastics or even Metallic Plastic. If you're planning on creating a pendant or other type of jewelry, we have plenty of metals to choose from. Try Steel, Plated Brass or even Gold! STEP 4: Order your product: When you've picked your material, just hit "Add to Cart" and your product will be available to purchase! 2D to 3D is a great way to get started in the 3D printing world. Once you receive your very own 3D printed product that you created yourself, we're sure you'll be hooked. Let us know below what you'll be making with 2D to 3D this month! Facebook- http://www.facebook.com/shapeways Twitter- http://www.twitter.com/shapeways Instagram- http://www.instagram.com/shapeways What would you like to see next? We'd love to hear your input in the comments below, and don't forget to tune into our Livestream channel at https://livestream.com/Shapeways every Tuesday at 12PM EST to learn more!


16. Kommendes Wort-HD

  • Published: 2015-10-26T10:52:18+00:00
  • Duration: 495
  • By L'Atelier-ksr
Kommendes Wort-HD

'Kommendes Wort' project, supported and presented by ArteBA(2014), deploys itself around a video piece, a series of photographs and a sound collaboration. For Les Rencontres Internationales, we would like to propose the video, which act independently. 'Kommendes Wort' (2014, 8'15'') is video animation by Daniela Huerta of eighty-five xerox drawings. The image used is always revolving to the same picture of an emigrant coming from Honduras who is about to take the train ‘La Bestia’ better known as 'The Death Train' (a rail train used by the emigrants to cross Mexico and illegally enter the United States). Daniela Huerta repeatedly used this low-fi pixelated image, making eighty-five variations out of it, using the ink from the photocopy as a drawing technique. By this mean, Huerta consequently destroys each image by altering the individuality of it, questioning the notion of identity by deforming the face over and over again. The sound track is the outcome of a collaboration with Huerta- and her collected audio material on site, and 12 electronic music producers twelve electronic music producers (Magda, Ryan Crosson, Konrad Black,Damián Schwartz,Natalia Escobar, Nyma,Pier Bucci,Onirik, Javier Zugarramurdi, Hamid, F Lijt). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8Q7wNzjhpk&feature=share BIOGRAPHY Daniela Huertaʼs work tends to explore and reveal the poetry of ordinary things. She is interested in the dialogue which is created between objects and the space around them. The process becomes a major part of her work. It aims to undress and reflect upon daily life objects or simple natural phenomenons. Her practice incorporates a wide range of media, including installation works, drawings, sculptures, photography, and video. Daniela Huerta was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in 1982 and currently lives and works in Berlin. CV Education 2011 Seminarios - SOMA (Mexico) 2010 BA (Honours) Fine Art - Central Saint Martins (London) 2007-2009 FdA Fine Art Skills and Practice - Byam Shaw School of Art (London) 2006 Cutting and Pattern / Fashion Design Short Course - Central Saint Martins (London) 2002-2004 Interior Design - UNICO (Mexico) 2001 Diploma in Black and white Photography - Instituto Cultural Cabanas (Mexico) Solo Exhibitions 2013 ‘Remains’, L’Atelier-kunst(spiel)raum, Berlin 2010 ‘Arise Therefore’, Enrico Fornello, Milan Group Exhibtions 2013 ‘Stand Still and Promises’, L’Atelier-ksr, Berlin 2012 ‘Month of Performance Art’, L’Atelier - Kunst(spiel)raum, Berlin 2012’ Conversation with Alice’, Altes Finanzamt, Berlin 2012 ‘Empry Space’, .HBC, Berlin 2011 ‘Beyond’, OUTLANDCollective, L’Atelier - Kunst(spiel)raum, Berlin 2011 Open Studios, SOMA, Mexico 2011 ‘Agression’, St Paul Cathedral, London 2011 ‘Shift’, OUTLAND Collective, ARMA 17, Moscow 2011 ‘Shift’,OUTLAND Collective, S.K.Robinson, Curated by Kunst(shot), Berlin 2010 ‘Thirsty, Water is art: art is water’, Real World Gallery, London 2009 Concourse Gallery, London 2009 ‘The box set’, Byam Shaw School of Art, London 2001 ‘Sombras’, Instituto Cultural Cabanas, Mexico Art Fairs 2013 Slick, Bruxelles 2012 Cutlog, Paris 2012 Preview, Berlin 2010 Artissima Art Fair, Turin 2009 Artissima Art Fair, Turin BIOGRAPHY Morgan Beringer is an American video artist based in London, UK. Having spent his school days gaining degrees in both philosophy and art he found his concern with the unexplored conceptual space between still/moving image. The expressive and experimental possibilities therein inspired an ongoing opus of 64 abstract films that continue to expand his distinct perspective upon the medium. Morgan’s work has featured at galleries, festivals, and events across the globe in both commercial and artistic contexts. CV Education 2003-2006 Wimbledon School of Art - London, UK - BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting 2.1 Focus on extended dissertation and video 1998-2002 Wheaton College - Massachusetts, USA - BA (Hons) Philosophy Major (Cum Laude) 1994-1998 TASIS England - Surrey, UK- Highschool Diploma (Hons) - Excellence in art award Selected Exhibitions Kinetica Art Fair, London. Live Traces, Central School of Speech and Drama, London. Frieze Art Fair, London. Big Screen Project, New York. London Underground Film Festival, London. The ICA, London. Dance and Animation Festival, Hong Kong. BRAVE Exhibitions, Berlin/London. Hidden Cinema, Birmingham. Trente Trente Arts Festival, Bordeaux. NOISE Festival, Manchester. Island Film Festival, London. Cocktail, London. Peckham Film Festival, London. Our Space Gallery, London. Tenderpixel Gallery, London. P.S. I love You, Yorkshire. Fashion Loves Film, Birds Eye View Festival, London. Brainwash, London. Moves 10, Liverpool. ExAnimo, The Roundhouse, London. The Auteurs, London. Tripoteca, London/Paris. Punto y Raya Festival, Reykjavik. Brighton Pop-up, Brighton. International Short Film Festival, Berlin.


17. III) War Men of Yahuwah Song

  • Published: 2017-11-17T09:38:56+00:00
  • Duration: 895
  • By Eric Plott
III) War Men of Yahuwah Song

WATCH III YEPISODE HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVyGlIgFG0k&list=PLcDf6VLT7XMxD25cnO7irP-V2_e9zwPm9&index=31 •GRAFTED IN GENTILE, FIRST REPENT & THEN FIND YOUR HEBREW NAME & Get the HalleluYAH Bible: Vimeo.com/EPLOTT/HALLELUYAH What the Full Set Looks Like Here: https://www.facebook.com/ericgeoffrey.plott/posts/296220447554696 • Donate at Least $24 or More to Get a Bible & Help Others get this Ancient Aramaic/Hebrew to English Pure Bible: CLICK HERE: https://squareup.com/store/towne-plaza-hair-studio/item/moringasop-box-donation •CHOSEN ONES Yepisode II) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMxB9XX7BYk&list=PLcDf6VLT7XMxD25cnO7irP-V2_e9zwPm9&index=24 FULL SONG CLICK HERE "War of Yahuwah Men" Preview: https://vimeo.com/eplott/war *Bookmark the HalleluYAH Show here: https://thekazweh.com/blogs/news/halleluyah •Video UNVEILING of The HalleluYAH Bible here: https://www.facebook.com/eric.plott.35/videos/754433068078227/ •SUPER IMPORTANT FACTUAL HISTORY POINTS BROKE DOWN. https://www.facebook.com/eric.plott.35/posts/754400348081499 How did the bitter waters turn sweet at Marah? CLICK HERE: http://plottpalmtree.miiduu.com/holymoses Yahushua was Black in the News Report here: They prove through bloodline as well. CLICK HERE https://www.facebook.com/eric.plott.35/posts/753962911458576 REAL REASON THEY KILLED THE MASHIAC YAHUSHAU WAS BECAUSE HE WAS BLACK? CLICK HERE: https://www.facebook.com/eric.plott.35/posts/753954014792799?hc_location=ufi Moringa Miracle Tree is Important ANTI VIRUS PLANT, LEARN MORE HERE: https://www.facebook.com/ericgeoffrey.plott/posts/296365430873531 •TRUTH FEARS NO INVESTIGATION. • ~Arak Yahu Yisrael~ White Lion -Araz'EL - SO WHO ARE THE JEWISH IMPOSTERS ACCORDING TO SCRIPTURES? Click here: https://www.facebook.com/ericgeoffrey.plott/posts/296257764217631 Who is White Jesus to Me? CLICK HERE: https://www.facebook.com/ericgeoffrey.plott/posts/296243704219037 •Who is Cesare Borgia? FILTHY WHITE JESUS? CLICK https://www.facebook.com/ericgeoffrey.plott/posts/296244820885592 •Why is it so Crucial you call him YAHUSHUA According to Scriptures? CLICK https://www.facebook.com/ericgeoffrey.plott/posts/296211957555545 ERIC PLOTT UPDATE ALERT: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=296216447555096&set=a.127278731115536.1073741829.100015002285912&type=3&theater •WHY YOU Shouldn't CUT YOUR HAIR: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=296234460886628&set=a.1890842927599595&type=3&theater Vimeo.com/EPLOTT Video Channel for More Pure Raw Entertainment


18. Remembering Trayvon Martin

  • Published: 2012-04-14T06:50:39+00:00
  • Duration: 449
  • By Spoken History
Remembering Trayvon Martin

De Anza Trayvon Martin shoot 4/12/12 Editing process: 1. Flyer - Went to De Anza website, found the flyer, coverted from PDF to JPG with Preview at 300 dpi though 150 dpi looked the same. You can’t import JPGs like MOV files, you just drag and drop them into your timeline. I then used the Ken Burns effect moving up the flyer from the bottom to top. 2. Geraldo - Went to youtube, searched for “geraldo hoodie comment” since I had seen this on the news last month. Found the highest resolution version. Don’t ever use the clips where someone is videotaping their TV screen! Used Real Downloader to download the .flv file then used Real Converter to convert it to an .mp4 file and then imported into iMovie. You can download the Real downloader for free, it works great. I normalized the sound since it was too low. 3. Used iMovie 11 to edit. iMovie can do split edits though they are more difficult than FCP or Premiere they can be done with a little practice. I’ll write a how to and put on my website. 4. Used straight cuts and cross dissolves which are the only two transitions I recommend using 5. Added the titles, 8 seconds with a 2 second fade in and out, though I think I’ll use 10 seconds when I recut this. 6. For the hoodie flash mob, I had a few seconds of silence, but don’t think it worked that well 7. The Irving Brothers interview should be cut up with some B roll, pix and footage of their cousin and the area they are talking about, but that would take time and money. 8. After I was done with the rough cut I color corrected with the eye dropper clicking on the whitest part of each clip. Need to correct consistently with a Kelvin temp or another method for consistency. 9. iMovie 11 will do just about everything I need for a student video though it is more difficult to do a split edit, it is faster and easier overall than FCP7 or Premiere. I hear FCPX looks more like iMovie, but iMovie will do all the basic editing functions. I shot this with a Canon 60D, 24-105mm F4.0, a Rode Videomic, and a monopod. This was a difficult shoot. Here’s why: 1. The hoodie flash mob happened so fast I wasn’t prepared. Putting exposure and audio on manual is something we are taught to do for more creative control. This is a bad idea in these types of situations. I plan to leave all my cameras on auto by default. Why? The clouds were moving blocking the sun and then revealing it so exposure changed 2-4 stops as I was shooting. If I change the exposure while shooting you’ll hear the clicks and see it so why not just let the camera do it? It’s faster and just as accurate. If I would have left my camera in auto exposure and auto audio I could have just shot and gotten the whole flash mob. If you are shooting a feature with a crew, prime lenses, focus pullers, lighting and grip people then sure shoot on manual. But for run and gun documentary type footage, just put it on auto. 2. Setting the audio level is also a problem. I need to have someone speak for a while to know how to set my levels, but I didn’t have anyone to test this. The speaker actually had a bullhorn and I didn’t see her and set my audio levels until she was almost finished so I didn’t use any of that footage. If audio and exposure would have been all set to auto, I could have just hit the record button and gotten everything. 3. The most difficult part of the shoot was focusing on moving objects! I need an in focus indicator light! People are moving back and forth and manually focusing is a real challenge. With no focus aid it’s a constant problem. Super fast and quiet AF that doesn’t hunt would be my ideal solution. Either that or I’ll have to switch to a camcorder for these types of shoots. The room was set up in an oval so I sat in the middle with my back to the windows. 4. Does magic lantern put up an in focus indicator? What is that percentage box in the center of the screen in ML? 5. Using a monopod. A tripod can be slow and heavy to move around, but tripods give the best pans and tilts and you can leave it on record unattended. I used a monopod for this shoot since it is easy to move around. The problem? You have to hold on to it with one or two hands and you get tired after awhile. The pros are it’s light and very maneuverable, you can do smooth pans and tilts with a little practice. I should have used a tripod since it would have been much steadier. 6. If I had a shoulder rig that I could attach to a tripod that might be the best. Tripod long shots and then take it of and throw a shoulder rig on for some moving shots. I will try this technique out the next time I shoot after I get my rig. I guess it’s not that big a deal to just detach from a tripod head and attach to a shoulder rig if everything has an AS quick release. 7. Full frame or APS-C? Regarding shallow depth of field, I think the APS-C sensor does just fine. If full frames are shallower then I’d rather shoot with the APS-C since more will be in focus for a given aperture. Look at the interview footage of the Irving brothers. I was shooting at 1/50 sec and f5.6 at ISO 800 and had trouble keeping things in focus since people moved a lot. I think I had about a foot of DOF? Maybe more. Another reason to use an APS-C camera when shooting these events is that a 24-105 is now a 38-168 (1.6 Canon crop) and I was shooting at the long end over half of the time. The 24-105 is a must have lens btw. 8. Using IS with a monopod? Not sure, I used both but need to run some more tests. 9. White balance – just set to florescent and it looked fine. I still had to color correct. The best solution is to go back to the venue, shoot in different K temps, record them, figure out which one is the most accurate so little or no post will be required. Take into account the picture style too. 10. Sound was very difficult because so many people were talking and moving chairs around there was a constant loud background noise. I expect some takes to be useless for sound. The Rode Videomic did a great job. It rejected much more of the background noise than I thought, especially the moving of chairs. 11. To get great sound I could have tapped into the digital line out and put a Zoom H4n on it, but that takes time not only in production but in post production and you’ll also just get clean sound for the speaker with no ambient so you’ll have to use ambient off your on camera mic. This makes for a lot of work in post. 12. The projector was on in the background. This is a common problem when shooting these events since the moderator doesn’t realize how bad this looks in a video and then once I started shooting, it was too late to tell them. The projector not only changes the exposure, but also the white balance since the projector light is a different color temp than the overhead lights, it also flickers at 60Hz I think and is very noticeable. Always have the moderator turn off the projector or push the pic mute button when not using it. 13. Should you shoot at 1/50 f 5.6 and ISO 800 or ISO 200 and 1/30 f4.0? For watching on a 15” this level of grain is okay at ISO 800, but on a 23” monitor I can easily see the grain. Maybe give up the film look of 1/50 to shoot at 1/30 and a lower ISO for less grain? Need to do some test shots. Do differently next time: 1. Set all cameras to Auto audio and exposure before the shoot starts. 2. Get closer for long shots of speakers. 3. If your interviewee is backlit then just switch places, I should have asked. 4. Tell them to turn the projector off when not using or pic mute, though not sure you can do this in conf room a and b, need to look at the control panel. 5. Get an in focus indicator, magic lantern? 6. Bring a tripod. I should have shot with a tripod for the long shots, not a monopod. 7. A shoulder rig? Need to think on that one too. Not sure, need to try it out when I receive it. Redrock Micro rigs are really expensive so I’m thinking of making one out of plywood or doug fir. 8. Bring a hood for the LCD since it is really difficult to see outside in bright sunlight. There’s no way to set focus or exposure in really bright sunlight.


19. Smart People TRAILER

Smart People TRAILER

SMART PEOPLE By Lydia R. Diamond Show Dates: February 25 – March 13, 2016 02/25 (Preview) @ 7:30pm 02/26 (Opening) @ 7:30pm 02/27, 03/03, 03/04, 03/05, 03/10, 03/11, 03/12 @ 7:30pm 02/28, 03/06, 03/13 @ 2:00pm Director – Chuck Smith Costume Designer – Brittany Graham Lighting Designer – Deborah Smrz Scenic Designer – Shuxing Fan Technical Director – Caitlin Magness Sound Designer – Ethan White Properties Master – Marja Barger Dramaturg – Steffen Silvis Stage Manager – Grace Schneck Tickets: $15 for Children (age 17 and under), $15 for UW students, $20 for Seniors, and $22 for the General Public. **plus facility fee** Memorial Union Box Office 800 Langdon Street M-F 11:30am – 5:30pm or Vilas Hall Box Office 821 University Avenue M-F 11:30am – 1:30pm To order tickets by phone call: 608-265-2787 Inspired by actual research on implicit bias, Diamond’s play directs our focus to a fictional academic study of neurological responses the brain has to racial images. A diverse quartet of young professionals, representing African-American, Chinese-Japanese-American and white ethnicities, will see their lives intertwine over the two years leading up to President Barack Obama’s first election. A seamless blend of controversy, sexuality and fast-paced comedy, SMART PEOPLE takes a provocative look at one of the most hot-button topics in America, posing the question of whether or not our beliefs and prejudices are hard-wired.


20. Last Days Of Snow - excerpts from video loops and performance documentation

Last Days Of Snow  - excerpts from video loops and performance documentation

Last Days of Snow is made up of 4 separate projects. This preview video contains short excerpts from 3 of the 4 projects. Last Day of Snow explores the death of analogue television transmission and the snowy static that goes with it. Physicists explain that a percentage of the snow seen on analogue televisions is actually residual radiation from the big bang. I am interested in the idea that when switching channels between analogue stations, we were once the unintentional witnesses to the remnants of the beginning of the universe. Over the past few years, all broadcasts of over the air (OTA) analogue TV have been gradually phased out, and replaced with digital TV signals (most of analogue transmissions were cut off on August 31, 2011). For those without a digital conversion box, their old TVs with antennae no longer pick up signals, which results in a loss of public service and information for many low income populations in remote areas. For those with the digital conversion boxes this means that they will no longer get static or snow interfering with the image when the signal is weak -- the channel will either be on or off. I am interested in the loss of those in-between spaces of static, snow, and mysterious connections with the beginning of the universe. The four works in this series are: Last Days of Snow: Waiting for an End a series of black and white performative videos on CRT monitors Last Days of Snow: The Begending of the Universe a two channel video (originally presented with live performance) Last Days of Snow: Nightlights Like Fireflies a series of photographs documenting a site specific performance Last Days of Snow: Final Transmissions a video installation comprised of several videos from each time zone across Canada, shot at midnight on august 31, 2011 at the moment when the analogue signal cut out and the image went to snow.