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7 Reasons Mobile will dominate the media by 2021.

June 20, 2016

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https://www.thinglink.com/card/799633949390274561 Great futures analysis by RTE journalist and innovation lead Glen Mulcahy, on the direction mobile will take in the media over the next five years. These key drivers are reasons, in my opinion, why mobile is going to continue to evolve and come to dominate the media industry. STORAGE Sandisk recently launched a microSD […]

How To Make Online TV and Broadcast Video with an iPad and Switcher Software

January 15, 2016

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There is a lot of talk about video opportunities for mobile and websites, particularly when it comes to product demonstrations or ‘how to’ videos. Surprisingly, one of the best ways to achieve great results is to use an iPad and a broadcast app. Anyone can teach themselves how to create stunning product videos or ‘how […]

DIY Film Makers Must Check This Essential List of Film Techniques and Tutorials

September 9, 2015

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For the film school uninitiated there are several routes to success in digital video. Whether smartphone shooting for quick social videos or creating professional productions, ‘no film school’ tutorials are everywhere online. No Film School is one of the best video education sites on the net. Essentially it is where filmmakers learn from each other. […]

Mobile Filmmaking: Smartphone Film Festivals

February 20, 2015

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Mobile video is the market all news, media and entertainment companies are chasing, with its promise of quick video content and on-the-spot immediacy. Shooting on smartphones is a core activity for many video journalists, but the growing number of amateur and professional filmmakers using them has also led to an explosion in creative mobile film […]

Cool Camera Tech: Retina-Like Sensors and Brain-Like Computers

February 17, 2015

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Technology companies keep pumping out the high tech wonders and two technologies, from IBM, have the ability to make you sit up and say ‘Wow’. IBM has developed a camera called the DVS128 in collaboration with Cornell Tech and research laboratory iniLabs that operates like the human eye. Taking their cues from biology, the iniLabs […]