Telekenex Announces Mobile Integration Solution lunedý, 08 Luglio 2013 - 08:00 PM - 5 Months ago - 10 Letture - top stories - Z - Press releases Telekenex, a leading provider in business-grade IP voice and data solutions, today announced the release of its Mobile Integration solution for Hosted VoIP customers, providing true integration and unified presence with its one number model for the user's IP office station and mobile phone.
Prometric Opens State-of-the-Art, Global Operations Hub in Baltimore County, Md. martedý, 09 Luglio 2013 - 03:00 PM - 5 Months ago - 10 Letture - top stories - 10-Broadcast - Newsroom (2013-07-09) BALTIMORE, Md., July 9, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Prometric, a trusted provider of market-leading test development and delivery solutions, has opened its state-of-the-art, global operations hub, located at 7941 Corporate Drive, in Baltimore County. In January, Prometric announced it would staff its $12 million operations center with 100 new jobs. Recruitment has been successful from a rich talen...
Tweak Software’s RV-SDI Adopted by Bad Robot for Star Trek Into Darkness 2K VFX Review martedý, 09 Luglio 2013 - 10:41 PM - 5 Months ago - 10 Letture - top stories - 1-CreativeCow (San Francisco, California--July 9, 2013) Bad Robot, the production company founded by director J.J. Abrams, recently adopted Tweak Software’s RV-SDI to review visual effects shots from Star Trek Into Darkness . Tweak Software, makers of RV, the next generation image and sequence viewer for VFX and animation artists, released RV-SDI just over a year ago, adding SDI output to accommodate color correct, 2K uncompressed, VFX dailies in screening rooms and on professional reference monitors. Bad Robot Production Executive Ben Rosenblatt explained why working with RV-SDI was so crucial to the artists at Kelvin Optical, Bad Robot’s VFX division: “Dependability is huge for me. When time is running short and the team is looking to review content, we can’t afford to be bogged down with tech problems or user issues. Using RV-SDI eliminated those hurdles; it was smooth sailing time after time.”
Adorama and Canon Invite You to an Evening With Award-Winning Photographer and Filmmaker Vincent Laforet martedý, 09 Luglio 2013 - 10:07 PM - 5 Months ago - 10 Letture - top stories - 1-CreativeCow Explore the latest trends and technology in filmmaking and photography at the FREE event hosted by Adorama and Canon on Wednesday, July 17th in NYC (New York, New York--July 9, 2013) Adorama, the leading supplier of pro video, photographic and consumer electronics products, will join Canon on July 17th to host an evening featuring Vincent Laforet. The free event will be held from 6pm to 8pm at Adorama’s event space at 55 West 17th Street in Manhattan. Laforet, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, spent nearly two decades as a photographer for The New York Times, Life, Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated and National Geographic before transitioning to the filmmaking industry. At this event, Laforet will talk about this transition, as well as the hybridization and increasingly blurred lines of the filmmaking and photography industries. Laforet will also discuss the challenges he faced as he moved from editorial to commercial photography and then to commercial film sets as a director and cinematographer shooting commercials for clients including Sony, Adobe, Pepsi and Reebok.
Christie Microtiles Illuminate Reception At Opening Of Interactive Media Building At The USC School Of Cinematic Arts martedý, 09 Luglio 2013 - 10:01 PM - 5 Months ago - 10 Letture - top stories - 1-CreativeCow (Los Angeles, California--July 9, 2013) Christie®, a global leader in advanced cinema technologies and visual display solutions, recently showcased its Christie® MicroTiles® at the opening of the new Interactive Media Building at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Cinematic Arts (SCA). Christie is partnering with USC to provide students and faculty with access to the latest in visual technologies. A gala reception was followed by an open house where attendees, comprised mostly of game and tech-industry executives, as well as faculty of SCA and friends of USC, could observe and interact with different programs and content being developed for new entertainment and educational projects. Content for the 30 Christie MicroTiles was provided by USC School of Cinematic Arts.