This week, we have a variety of new technology to share – all revolving loosely around production. From VR to still photography to video and mobile editing, this week’s show is a fascinating collection of new toys.
Join host Larry Jordan as he talks with Tim Feess, Bob Dawe, Bob Benson, Erika Nortemann, Michael Rubin, and James DeRuvo.
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Gnarbox: Faster Image Capture and Posting
Tim Feess, Co-Founder, GNARBOX
Gnarbox was designed to speed capturing, editing and posting images to social media. But it works so well, professional photographers and videographers are using it in their work. Tonight, Tim Feess, Co-founder of Gnarbox, joins us to explain how this tiny portable “computer” can replace a laptop for processing and posting images and video in the field.
Use MoCap to Test Brain Health?
Bob Dawe, Assistant Professor, Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center and Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine atRush University
How can a motion capture software determine your brain health? Tonight we talk with Bob Dawe, Assistant Professor with Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center about his work with the iPi Soft application.
Wireless Focus Control
Bob Benson, President-Founder, 24 Shots
Setting the right focus, then changing it quickly, can be a real issue for small film crews. That’s where the Silence Air can help. Tonight we talk with its creator, Bob Benson, President and Founder of 24 Shots, about what this is and how it improve the look of your shoots.
Make More Money on Your Images
Erika Nortemann, Vice President, TANDEM Stills and Motion, Inc.
Taking stunning photos of nature and outdoor living is not an easy task. But taking the image is the fun part – how to make money on it is often much harder. That’s where Tandem Stills and Motion come in. Tonight we talk with Erika Nortemann, Tandem vice president, about what Tandem is and how they can help photographers and videographers make more money on their art.
Choosing a 360-Degree Camera
Michael Rubin, Marketing Director, YI Technology
360-degree cameras have been around for a while but are they really up to the job? Tonight we talk with Michael Rubin of YI Technology about what they do, how to choose the best 360 a for your project and what YouTube’s new announcement of 180-degree video means for VR.
The Weekly DoddleNEWS Update
James DeRuvo, Film and Technology Reporter, DoddleNEWS
James DeRuvo, Senior Writer at DoddleNEWS, has a multi-faceted career that spans radio, film and publishing. Covering technology in the video industry for nearly 20 years, James presents our weekly DoddleNEWS Update.