With the drone landscape evolving and expanding at breakneck speed, it's often tough to know which UAV is the right one for you. Wouldn't it be nice to find a simple one? Something waterproof, lightweight, automatic and ready to capture you in action. That drone has arrived, and it's the absolutely charming Lily Camera.
Sliders are great tools for adding production value to a shoot, but it's tough to know which product to buy. The folks at Rhino are looking to simplify that decision with the introduction of the Rhino Slider EVO and Rhino Motion controller.
Samsung and Marvel know you want to be a superhero — so be one. Or at least enjoy the view looking out from Iron Man’s helmet or stand in the midst of the action as the Avengers take on the evil Ultron in a virtual reality "mini-movie."
Broadcast networks are often the last to the party, but not if NBC has anything to say about it. The broadcast network is looking to increase the audience for their new summer series, “Aquarius,” by eschewing the standard practice of releasing a new episode week after week and instead allowing viewers to “binge” on the entire season after its two-hour premiere episode on May 28th.
Projects come and go, but dreaming up the next great video for a good client can mean the difference between caviar and canned beans. While most clients will come to the table with an idea for their first video or (hopefully) two, it's the job of the independent producer to educate clients on what kinds of videos are possible, which can add value to the client's value proposition, and why having more videos is ultimately better.
Las Vegas aerial data services company, ArrowData, today announced it has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to operate drones for digital news gathering. ArrowData, for those unfamiliar, is a new company specializing in HD video, data collection, transmission, analytics and distribution.
Virtual Reality earns its concert chops with the appearance of Sir Paul McCartney from last year’s concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park. Although some 70,000 fans were able to watch the legendary musician live from the stands, a free iOS app created by Jaunt is now bringing a new visual experience — letting those with iPhones and iPads view through an iOS app the former Beatle’s performance of “Live and Let Die” in a 360-degree virtual environment.
Digital cinema may have replaced analogue film presentations, but movie theater owners still depend on receiving a hard drive that has the content to be viewed on it, which must then be connected to a digital projector in order for the movie to be seen on a screen.