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Digital Production Buzz – August 6, 2015

Join Larry Jordan and Mike Horton as they talk with Randi Altman, Mike Mihalik, Steve Eisen, and John Feland.

  • Randi Altman’s Perspective: Exploring The Reality of Virtual Reality at SIGGRAPH 2015
  • The Future of Storage Technology
  • 1,000 Feet from New York City to Chicago
  • Predicting the Future Using Technology

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Guests this Week

Mike Mihalik
Mike Mihalik, Computer Industry Maven
Storage technology is rapidly changing, just as media files devours ever larger amounts of storage. Computer industry maven, Mike Mihalik, joins us to share his thoughts on the future of storage technology – and what we can expect to see in our edit suites.
Steve Eisen
Steve Eisen, Vice President, Chicago Creative Pro Users & Eisen Video Productions
Steve Eisen is a filmmaker and owner of Eisen Video Productions. He began his career more than 25 years ago as a photojournalist and video editor. Currently, he travels the world filming and editing corporate videos, concerts, sporting events and non-profit videos. He’s also the vice-president of the Chicago Creative Pro Users Group. Recently, he completed a non-profit film called “The 1,000 Feet Project,” which he shares with us tonight.
John Feland
John Feland, CEO & Founder, Argus Insights
John Feland is the award-winning founder and CEO of Argus Insights, a new type of market intelligence company seeking to connect the dots between technology innovation and consumer adoption. John holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and is an expert in consumer response to technology. This week, we explore how he predicts the future of tech by using big-data analysis and sales results.
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