Canceled Meetup

Digital Video Expo East 2o14

Every 12 months on the 3rd Wednesday until June 20, 2018

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All Tomorrow's Cameras: The Future of Digital Imaging
Ned Soltz
Filmmaker and Contributing Editor
Digital Video Magazine

Join Digital Video magazine contributing editor Ned Soltz for an overview of the newest developments in imaging -- including Blackmagic Design's Pocket Cinema Camera, Radiant Images' Novo Camera, RED Epic Dragon, Vision Research PhantomFlex4K, GoPro Hero 3, and Sony's F5 and F55 -- and analysis of each camera, features, pricing, and potential.

Could Video Make the World a Better Place?
Sebastian Lindstrom and Alicia Sully
Co-Founders, What Took You So Long?

What Took You So Long? is a team of filmmakers that want to tell stories about life and change in some of the poorest parts of the world. What Took You So Long? shoots documentaries in Africa, Asia, South America, and elsewhere, focusing on the people, their environment and the unique ways that humanity has learned to live with the land and with each other. Learn about their governing philosophies and the realities of their productions.

12:00pm TBA - Check their Website for updates!

Video in Public and Shared Spaces
Jake Barton
Local Projects

A media design firm that specializes in work for museums and public spaces, Local Projects has innovated the use of video in projects that include the 9/11 Memorial Museum and the Cleveland Museum of Art's Gallery One. Jake will discuss collaborative storytelling, environmental media and films, multi-touch and touch-screen media, mobile video, and video art.

Realizing KLIP Collective's Video Mapping Visions
Ricardo Rivera
KLIP Collective

The idea of video mapping, which director/writer Ricardo Rivera and KLIP Collective have pioneered, is to turn ordinary architectural spaces into 3D projection screens. By altering the video to work with the angles and depth of the projection surface, the distortions associated with conventional 2D video projection onto 3D objects are eliminated; they appear to exist naturally in three-dimensional space. Join KLIP Collective for a tour of the artistic and technical challenges of projection mapping.

Sports Panel

Exhibit Hall and Center Stage sessions are free, but you must register and use our discount code: DV7