Walking up the darkened stairs of the performance space in downtown Los Angeles, I come to General Electric’s “GE NEURO EXPERIENCE,” a carousel of displays all devoted to virtual reality and the ecosystem GE is building to support it. The goal: demonstrating the industrial and healthcare innovations that VR can provide.
Users of Adobe's popular subscription service, Creative Cloud, will be pleased to access the awesome new updates that come with the software giant's 2015 release. Video pros and enthusiasts will not be disappointed.
Once you’ve seen "Yvonne," you will never look at a refrigerator the same way again. The short film was shot entirely in 4K resolution using the Samsung NX1 4K mirrorless camera, which has a $1,499.99 retail price.
Sony surprised the video world with a bevy of camera announcements, including the new A7R II, which sports a 42.1 MP BSI 4K/UHD sensor capable of recording at both full frame and Super 35 at 24 and 30 fps.
Entering the Fox Studio Lot in West Los Angeles, I ponder on what is going to make my viewing the U.S. Women's Soccer team's match against Australia out of the ordinary -- besides the fact that its the FIFA Women's World Cup Soccer Tournament in Canada and that, instead of at a stadium, I'll be seated in air conditioned comfort in the Zanuck theater watching on a 20 foot movie screen.
Cine Gear Expo 2015 Los Angeles is underway now at The Studios at Paramount in Hollywood, California. Often considered a mini-NAB for the Hollywood crowd, Cine Gear has many of the exhibitors of the massive Las Vegas event, but in the fun environment of Paramount's studio lot.
These little cubes put out a lot of light for their size. We can envision the side by side tests with top end lights. But that would undermine the spirit behind Lume Cube. A set or quintet of Lume Cubes are meant to go later into the night, further into the wilderness and crammed into spaces that other lights dare not go. In a way this leaves no comparison, because without Lume Cubes, you’d have darkness, no light, and no reason to shoot video.