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Chris Milk: How virtual reality can create the ultimate empathy machine

From Evil Knievel stunt cycle to mind-bending experiments with virtual reality, Chris Milk uses cutting edge technology to produce astonishing films that delight and enchant.
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Virtual reality is steadily spilling over into the design industry and is already changing how we create. The technology's potential (and its limitations) for designers is what spurred the architecture firm NBBJ to collaborate with the startup Visual Vocal. Together, they are building a virtual reality platform for architects, designed to make it easier to collaborate and make decisions about projects.
The TV industry has long argued that reports of huge audiences for Facebook and YouTube don't tell the whole story. Now a TV trade group is proposing metrics that it says would put digital on the same footing as networks for the first time.
It is no secret that the consumption of video is eclipsing all other media on mobile devices. Mobile has now risen to be a more popular medium for watching video content than for listening to music. Compared to 2014, the consumption of mobile video has increased by an astounding 13.8%, which leaves us with little to no surprise that 2016 is predicted to see publishers make up 29% of their revenue from mobile video alone.
News is not benefiting from the “golden age of TV” – the proliferation of on-demand devices – as much as drama, entertainment and sport. And now, ex BBC boss, Richard Sambrook says younger viewers watch TV news only 25 hours a year – and older people are increasingly following their lead…
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In 1995 the infamous OJ Simpson trial engrossed the media. Now, 20 years on, there has been a resurgence of interest in the former US Football League star and actor O. J. Simpson who was tried on two counts of murder for the 1994 deaths of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and waiter Ron Goldman. Now newly digitised footage is available to producers and researchers.
Fire is considered a big danger to spacecraft. For years NASA has been waiting for the opportunity to film a controlled fire in a space vehicle but for obvious safety reasons, was unable to do so until now. NASA intentionally lit a fire in a working spacecraft to study how fire behaves in space.
In 1954 composer Leonard Bernstein created an exhilarating segment of live music on US TV when he “rewrote” Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and screened it live with an orchestra. GIW has the rights to licence this groundbreaking television episode.
After last month's announcement that Ron Howard's Beatles documentary would launch Hulu Documentary Films, a release date and trailer have been revealed. The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years will hit US cinemas on September 15th and the streaming service on September 17th.
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New device lets you activate a GoPro Camera with your tongue
GoHawk is a switch that allows you to use your moth to turn on and off a GoPro camera , even while both hands are busy.
Footage Award Winners Honoured
The 13th annual FOCAL International Awards in association with AP Archive took place recently before a full house at The Lancaster London Hotel. Now well into their second decade and going strong, The FOCAL International Awards celebrate the best use of footage in all variety of genres, across all media platforms, with the 2016 event showing strength from around the global production community.
Alan Whicker Collection Donated to BFI
The BFI National Archive has received the archives of pioneering investigative TV journalist, Alan Whicker, donated by Valerie Kleeman, Whicker’s World Foundation. The collection contains meticulous records of one of the most enduring and influential careers in British television history, spanning the late 1950s into the 21st century.
Hard Tide – New British Crime Film Opens Soon
Hard Tide, a grim, graphic low-budget independent crime thriller, set in the coastal town of Margate is about to open in cinemas on April 29th. Described as a “crime thriller with a heart” small-time drug dealer Jake rescues Jade, a neglected child and goes on the run with her.
Drone Filming over Central London Draws Criticism
Filming for a music video broke all sorts of rules, by flying a drone over the city. The video posted online showed aerial close ups of some of London's best known landmarks, and has been condemned by professional drone pilots for being "dangerous".
Archive Zones Has Gone Digital!
FOCAL International's flagship journal providing a platform for news and debate on the worldwide audiovisual industry has become an online digital edition. Focal members will still receive the printed magazine, but it is now widely available on FOCAL's website.
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