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☐ ☆ ✇ Broadcast Beat Magazine: 2015 NAB Show News

STARDOM’s USB 3.1 Gen 2 HDD / SSD Storage Can Deliver 10Gbps Extreme High-Speed Data Transfer Speed For Mac And PC

Par Andres Benetar — 13 février 2020 à 21:43

  As the 2020 NAB Show approaches, STARDOM Storage Solutions‘ exhibit prepares for what will be an exciting show for attending tech professionals with their incredible line of storage products. Last year, STARDOM announced its new USB 3.1 Gen 2 storage – i310‐B31, comes with USB Type C connector, support plug, and play, which can ...

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☐ ☆ ✇ Broadcast Beat Magazine: 2015 NAB Show News

Introducing Stardom’s SOHORAID SR4-SB31+ RAID 5 Type-C Storage

Par Andres Benetar — 13 février 2020 à 20:46

    With the 2020 NAB Show coming up, STARDOM‘s exhibit is sure to be a treat for the technology professionals attending the 2020 NAB Show. This April, STARDOM will showcase their new RAID 5 Type-C Storage, the SR4-SB31+. The new exterior of SR4-SB31+ has the touch panel for touch power and touch setting function ...

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☑ ☆ ✇ Broadcast Beat Magazine: 2015 NAB Show News

Black Dragon Spotted in Grass Valley :)

Par Ryan Salazar — 5 février 2020 à 00:41

By now, everyone has heard the big news of Black Dragon Capital’s announced acquisition of leading broadcast and post-production hardware & software manufacturer Grass Valley. Belden Inc., a leading global supplier of specialty networking solutions, engaged in the signing of a definitive agreement to sell the Company’s Live Media business (“Grass Valley”) to Black Dragon ...

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☐ ☆ ✇ Audiovisualcity » Audiovisualcity | Audiovisualcity

Exploring the art of the VJ pioneer: Nam June Paik @Tate Modern

Par Marco Savo — 20 janvier 2020 à 22:17

 

 

We couldn’t miss this retrospective exhibition about the father of Video Art and one of the main references in the history of art for Audiovisual experimentation.

More than 200 artworks ranging from TV screens, to robots, video walls and immersive installations. A must-go event meticulously curated by the Tate to give insight into the work of this game-changing artist and researcher.

The first thing that strikes in Paik’s work is his playfulness. No matter what device he uses, the outcome is always lighthearted and pervaded by a witty sense of humor.

  • Nam June Paik @Tate Modern

His personal relationship with technology has always featured curiosity and optimism. In TV Garden he creates a surreal immersive environment where TV screens and plants aesthetically coexist harmoniously, although weirdly.

His attitude shows a deep connection with Buddhist philosophy. TV Buddha clearly states this. With Buddha watching the TV and watching himself at the same time, he helps us to realise that our body merges with the nature in the same way it merges with technology. One is all and all is one.

  • TV Garden – Nam June Paik
  • TV Buddha – Nam June Paik

Paik embraces chaos and technology all together in his Zen driven artistic experimentation. In his Robots, wires, pins, knobs, every component is well exposed in his fascinating ironic mess. Paik’s playful approach intends to humanize technology bringing it closer to the people, easier to grasp and easier to intervene.

  • Robots

Paik manipulates analog technology not only for aesthetic purposes but also as a political act. His anarchist artistic experimentation counteracts the consumerism driven by the mass manipulation through the TV.

Audiovisual City top picks of Paik’s expo are undoubtedly the two spectacularly immersive installations: Video Wall and Sistine Chapel.

Video Wall is a mesmerizing live collage of multiple video feeds. It strongly communicates the instability of perception and lack of focus in the mass media world.

Our eyes restlessly bounce within the video space from one feed to the other. Only after thorough observation we realize each image is linked up with its surrounding revealing the artistic and rhythmic pattern of the artwork. Only going through these steps we manage to embrace the multiple inputs as one video totem.

Video Wall

The Sistine Chapel is a stunningly sumptuous Audiovisual feast. It’s a large-scale installation made by 40 video projectors exhibited in plain sight in the centre of the room as if they were musical instruments.

This baroque multi-projection is a pioneering experiment of video mapping. As it’s really hard to focus on the single video feeds, the viewer is lead to appreciate the overall immersive AVscape created by this chaotically symphonic orchestra.

  • Sistine Chapel

Artistic expression and technological experimentation bound together and filled with Nam June Paik’s refined sense of humor. Art that speaks to everyone that has ears and eyes for it!

 

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☐ ☆ ✇ LUMEN

Insta360 Pro 2 Launches with 8K 3D, FlowState Stabilization, Simplified VR Workflow

Par lumenadmin — 19 septembre 2018 à 10:16

Press Release – August 21, 2018 – Los Angeles, CA – Insta360 today launched the Insta360 Pro 2, a groundbreaking six-lens professional VR camera. Ready to shoot 8K-per-eye 3D 360 video, the Pro 2 innovates the entire professional VR production workflow – offering effortless FlowState stabilization, long-range live monitoring, simplified post-production in partnership with Adobe, and a […]

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