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Preview Publish for date 2017-03-27

Date: 2017-03-27
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DP Benjamin Gaskell Shoots the Latest Installment of the Witness Project Documentary Series with a Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K
In late 2015, Smock Media, a Venice Beach-based film and VR production company, and the Victims of Communism (VOC), a Washington, D.C.-based human rights organization, came together and started The Witness Project. Beginning with a two-episode pilot that told the tales of life in communist regimes, the Witness Project debuted at a screening at the Library of Congress and began the greater journey into the victims' stories and inherent strength. Building on that success, Smock Media and VOC decided to expand the series into an eight-episode arch for 2016, with even more slated for later years. DP Benjamin Gaskell was brought on to tackle the first episode of the second installment, which would set the tone for the rest of the documentary series. The episode focused on Anastasia Lin, Miss World Canada 2015 and 2016, and her story.

Hitachi DMG Utilise the Leading AV Systems Show ISE 2017 To Unveil New Technological Advances
From the 7th - 10th February, Hitachi showcased their projector range at ISE 2017, the world's largest AV systems integration show. With almost 1,200 exhibitors filling the space and more attendees than ever before it was a hugely successful event. The exhibition began and ended with keynote addresses from Cirque du Soleil president and CEO Daniel Lamarre, and award-winning architect Ole Scheeren.


Meeting Room of the Future
Millennials are the 20th century's last generation and the first truly digital generation. They already comprise 80 million people in the USA and they will define and shape the world of work for years to come. So it is important for organisations to understand how best to engage with them and nowhere more so than in the sphere of technology.

Wearable Tech: Improving Productivity and Well-Being
How emerging technologies could change the way we work.

Finals Week Fall 2016
With finals week upon us students are studying more than ever. With tests, papers and presentations due students are hitting the library hard. And all that studying means less time for fun activities. Sometimes the littlest thing can get you off track. That's why some students say they'll break up their routine and find places out of the ordinary to study. Rashid Bey/PSU Senior with a Major in Sociology and Communications: "I can't study at home because then I've got everything else there. And I'm just comfortable there doing everything else because I've always done everything else there. So I have to pick a new spot that literally my brain can associate studying with. And then I study there. That's usually secluded." Bey says when you're studying in a group, you need to make sure everyone is actually studying and not distracting each other.

Winter Wisdom: When Working Remotely Boosts Performance and Bottom Line
Techniques and technologies for keeping workers productive.

Digital Colorist Dave Franks Discusses VR Post-Production for Jaunt's "Pure McCartney VR"
Assimilate's SCRATCH VR Suite Used Behind-the-Scenes for Streamlined and Affordable VR Color Grading and Finishing
Digital colorist Dave Franks enjoys helping to deliver bleeding-edge projects, like director Tony Kaye's VR experience: 'Pure McCartney VR' - a five-part series of stereoscopic virtual reality (VR) experiences, produced by Jaunt Studios. Innovation in the delivery of musical content has been a passion for Paul McCartney, so the VR space was a perfect medium for him to collaborate with director Tony Kaye and Jaunt to release these episodes. Each one of them is a unique vignette of McCartney discussing the origins of some of his most iconic music and other anecdotes within environmental montages of his artwork, photographs, and related imagery.



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