The Cansius College Video Institute is pleased to announce the acquisition of a 4K Blackmagic Production Camera! Jamie O’Neil’s DMA385: Digital Filmmaking course will begin using the camera in conjunction with the first-ever 4K Video Institute project (beginning production this winter). These cameras, which shoot RAW and Apple ProRes formats onto a removable 480GB hard-drive, […]
The Canisius College Video Institute’s latest project, 1812: By Fire and Sword, is a narrative film and virtual exhibit features local re-enactors and professional actors telling the stories of The Burning of Buffalo, Red Jacket, Laura Secord, Cyrenius Chapin, General McClure and other key events that characterized The War of 1812 in the “Niagara Theatre.” […]
Read How PlayJam Plans To Shake Up The Microconsole Market by Mike Rose, Gamasutra “But ultimately, what we want to do is plug GameStick’s network into as many other TV-relevant devices as possible because, for our developer network to get value out of what we’re doing, we need to be serving tens of millions of […]
Developers Speak Out: Why Microconsoles? by Christian Nutt, Gamasutra The launch of Ouya is behind us, but Playjam’s GameStick, Mad Catz’s Mojo, and others are still to come — and that’s just year one. The era of microconsoles has barely gotten started, but they already inspire strong feelings in many developers. Read more…
This series of videos from Google I/O 2010 Developer Event introduces new platform Google TV and many of its features. Scheduled to be released in the Fall of 2010, Google TV promises seamless integration of the Web and TV based on Google’s Open Source platform called Android and many hardware manufacturers. Check out the videos: […]
From The New York Times: Google and Partners Seek TV Foothold by Nick Bilton A platform called Google TV will bring the Web into the living room through televisions and set-top boxes.