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When planning a conference, meeting or some other lively occasion, most venues will offer a number of extra services that promise a bigger, better and bolder event. These added amenities can be quite tempting—you won’t have to find a caterer, bring your own alcohol or hire an outside AV provider. But to ensure you’re getting the best of culinary delights, top-shelf liquor or the professional AV equipment and support that will take your event to the next level, it pays to do a little research.
Panasonic Corporation announced it has delivered its state-of-the-art AV equipment to the 22nd Olympic Winter Games to be held in Sochi, Russia from February 7 to 23, 2014. Panasonic has supplied a large amount of equipment to the competition venues and the Olympic related facilities in a variety of AV product areas. Among these, Panasonic's supply of security cameras to the Sochi Olympic Winter Games is the largest in the history of the Olympic Games, and the supply of LED large screen displays is the largest ever by area in the Olympic Winter Games.View the list of all the Panasonic equipment shipped for the Winter Games.
The audiovisual market is poised for a sharing economy “takeover.” The AV market alone generates $91 billion a year, and is projected to be a $114 billion by 2016 (infoComm). Virtually every industry relies on AV technologies to facilitate and support communications, entertainment, and other related services. It is only a matter of time before the sharing economy approach infiltrates and transforms the AV industry by offering convenience, efficiency, expanded choice, social interaction, competitive pricing and other benefits. Some early players are already introducing the sharing economy idea to the AV Industry:
Here’s a HUGE issue that my contemporaries and I see all too often. Productions just know that they “need a drone” and lump all UAV’s into the same category. Now pay attention class because this is important: What you need is a skilled and licensed pilot/company that has the correct camera/drone/team combination for your production.
By: Ian Cohen With all the technology available, and what I refer to as “Redundant Device Syndrome” or RDS for short, it is a wonder that anyone ever talks to each other. Most eyeballs are almost constantly glued to screens big and small (including my own), and it often feels isolating, distracting, and counterproductive. This phenomenon is apparent everywhere you look, heads down not looking forward, fingers flying and tapping buttons and keys. Our minds are ensnared by this new age of technology and ease of access of information and entertainment. I’m guilty too.
This year the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes received a complete technology update, including an 8K LED upstage display providing lifelike dynamic scenery. Additionally, digital projection mapping of the iconic theatre stretched an immersive environment across all eight of the venue’s arches. Cutting edge content creation studio Obscura Digital was tasked with making audiences feel even more connected to the show, with brand new visual content for both the LED and projection. batwin + robin productions also returned to update and enhance existing content from previous shows. The result is a truly unique show experience.
We are back at it again with our 2nd annual PRO 100: the 100 most popular profiles on ProductionHUB! These complete profiles are filled with awesome reels, stellar portfolios and generally inspiring work, and when 6 million people are searching through ProductionHUB, the PRO 100 are the ones getting found and hired.See if you made the list!
Did you think I was all done with lenses in my 2018 NAB Preview Part One? Not even close. There are just so many great lenses out there to talk about that there always room for more. Before I get to the cameras, here are a few more of the excellent lenses that you will want to see.
Creatives Behind Panic! At the Disco's "Dancing's Not a Crime" Video Talk working with Blackmagic Design
The latest music video from Panic! At The Disco titled “Dancing’s Not A Crime” was shot on the URSA Mini Pro and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K using Blackmagic RAW. The video, shot by music video veteran Brandon Dermer, has become one of the fastest watched videos in the world and supports the bands hugely popular “Pray for the Wicked” world tour.
Is this not a great business to be in? Hard to believe not to long ago that the 2017 NAB was wrapping up. Officially, the National Association of Broadcasters tabbed the attendance at 103,443. Which after twenty something NAB shows sounds and feels about right. But before we get into some of the cool new products we looked at, some perspective and analysis is definitely in order.