Posts Categorized: Movie

Immersit Turns Your Couch Into A Vibration-Powered Immersive TV Experience

February 11, 2016   |   filed under Audio, Change, Conversation, Equipment, Home, Installation, Movie, Products, Social Change, Social Video, Technology, Video Games, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality

Immersit’s “Plug and Play” product allows the  4D cinematic experience.  The multiple, small bases and central motor placed under the viewers couch (or bed, chair, etc.) generates vibrations and movements of back/forward, up/down, and side to side, allowing a new and improved experience of the viewers favorite films, and video games.  Immersit will be available… Read more »

Star Wars IX Will Be Shot On Film

January 29, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Best Practices, Books, Branding, Broadcast, Camera Drone, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Cross-Platform, Crowdsourcing, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Disruption, Docucomedy, Documentary, Equipment, Fashion, Festivals, Filmmaking, Follow-up, Game, Installation, Interaction, Large Scale Art Installations, Movie, Music, New Media, Participation, Photography, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Reviews, Short Film, Space, Sundance, Technology, Uncategorized, Video, Virtual Reality

Star Wars IX will be shot on film because using digital would be anachronistic. Colin Trevorrow, the director of Star Wars: Episode IX, say he wants to shoot the 2019 movie using real film not digital cameras. And why? Because using digital would be anachronistic. “I could never shoot Star Wars on anything but [film] because it’s… Read more »

Activision Buys Major League Gaming to Broaden Role in E-Sports

January 5, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Best Practices, Books, Branding, Broadcast, Camera Drone, Cellphone, Change, Collaboration, Comedy, Community, Competition, Concerts, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Crowdsourcing, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Disruption, Ebooks, Education, Equipment, Facebook, Festivals, Filmmaking, Follow-up, Game, Gesture Control, Gigapixel, Google, Hacking, History, Home, Instagram, Installation, Interaction, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Journalist, Live Stream, Mobile, Monetization, Movie, Music, New Media, New York City, Panel, Panorama, Participation, periscope, Photography, Politics, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Remix Culture, Reviews, Russia, Science, Search, Second Screen, Shopping, Short Film, Social Change, Social Media, Social TV, Social Video, Space, Sports, Start-Ups, Streaming, Technology, Telephone, Television, Transportation, Tumblr, Twitter, UFO, Uncategorized, Video, Video Games, Vine, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, Voice Control, WiFi, World Record, YouTube

  “I have a simple vision for this,” Mr. Kotick said in a phone interview. “I want to build the ESPN of video games.” Nick Wingfield, a writer from The New York Times reported that Activision Blizzard, the publisher of Call of Duty and other hit video game franchises, has acquired the assets of Major League… Read more »

CES: Tech’s Annual Conference Starts in 48 Hours..

January 4, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Cellphone, Change, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Concerts, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Crowdsourcing, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Disruption, Education, Equipment, Fashion, Festivals, Filmmaking, Follow-up, Game, Gesture Control, Gigapixel, Google, Hacking, History, Hologram, Home, Instagram, Installation, Interaction, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Journalist, Large Scale Art Installations, LG, Live Stream, Mashable, Mobile, Monetization, Movie, Music, New Media, Panel, Panorama, Participation, periscope, periscope, Photography, Politics, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Remix Culture, Reviews, Science, Search, Shopping, Social Change, Social Media, Social TV, Social Video, Space, Sports, Start-Ups, Streaming, Streamy Awards 2014, Technology, Telephone, Television, Transportation, Twitter, Uncategorized, Video, Video Games, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, Wall Street Journal, WiFi

CES 2016 which predict the trends in consumer technology for the year ahead (and sometimes, for two years ahead) begins in just two short days. Although many products announced at CES never make it farther than the show floor, ideas such as virtual reality, high-resolution television, and autonomous vehicles all receive major pushes at CES…. Read more »

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Flight Drone Has Chip With Autonomous Navigation

December 31, 2015   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Audio, Best Practices, Branding, Camera Drone, Cellphone, Change, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Concerts, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Culture, Education, Equipment, Festivals, Filmmaking, Game, Gesture Control, Gigapixel, Google, Hacking, History, Home, Instagram, Installation, Interaction, Live Stream, Mobile, Monetization, Movie, Music, New Media, Panel, Panorama, Participation, Photography, Politics, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Remix Culture, Science, Search, Second Screen, Short Film, Social Change, Social Media, Social Video, Space, Start-Ups, Streaming, Technology, Telephone, Television, Transportation, Uncategorized, Video, Video Games, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, Voice Control, Wall Street Journal

Qualcomm’s drone ambitions is ready to demo the gods. Ahead of CES next week, the chipmaker teased features of its Snapdragon Flight drone with autonomous navigation, platform. If you’ll recall, Qualcomm is aiming to do for drones what its done for phones. And that starts with putting camera and communications tech on the same board. Perhaps… Read more »

WORLD’S FIRST” ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT AD IS A TEST OF AUTOMATED CREATIVITY

December 28, 2015   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Books, Branding, Broadcast, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Cross-Platform, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Disruption, Equipment, Facebook, Fashion, Filmmaking, Follow-up, Game, Gigapixel, Large Scale Art Installations, Mobile, Monetization, Movie, Music, New Media, Panorama, Participation, Photography, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Remix Culture, Shopping, Short Film, Social Change, Social Media, Social TV, Social Video, Space, Start-Ups, Streaming, Technology, Transportation, Uncategorized, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, WiFi

M&C Saatchi has developed an outdoor campaign which “evolves” unique ads based on its audience’s reactions, which makes it the world’s first artificial intelligence poster campaign.  The company is experimenting with advertising by algorithm.  The project, now underway, launched with around 1,000 different images and other variable creative components served randomly to passers-by before the self-selection… Read more »

Littlstar launches virtual reality app into the Apple TV app store

December 24, 2015   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Branding, Broadcast, Camera Drone, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Concerts, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Equipment, Filmmaking, Game, Google, Instagram, Installation, Interaction, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Journalist, Live Stream, Monetization, Movie, Music, New Media, Panorama, Participation, periscope, Products, Remix Culture, Reviews, Science, Search, Shopping, Short Film, Social Change, Social Media, Social TV, Technology, Television, Tumblr, Twitter, Uncategorized, Video Games, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, WiFi, YouTube

Talking New Media quoted that virtual reality company, Littlstar the premier global network dedicated to virtual reality and 360 video, today announced the launch of its Apple TV app, free for iOS and the Apple TV.  The app, which is the first to bring immersive content to the new Apple TV platform, gives users access to a wide range… Read more »

Google Brings Its Interactive, 360-Degree “Spotlight Stories” To YouTube

December 22, 2015   |   filed under Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Audio, Branding, Broadcast, Cellphone, Community, Cross-Platform, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Filmmaking, Game, Google, Instagram, Interaction, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Movie, New Media, Press Release, Remix Culture, Reviews, Short Film, Social Media, Social Video, Streaming, Technology, Tumblr, Twitter, Video, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, YouTube

Source: TechCrunch Google is bringing its Spotlight Stories – immersive, 360-degree animated videos meant to introduce a new form of storytelling – to YouTube. The first story to arrive is a holiday film called “Special Delivery,” from Wallace and Gromit, creators from Aardman Animations. Via the YouTube app, you can experience the interactive movie by moving your phone around… Read more »

MovieLaLa Launches Social App for Moviegoers

May 14, 2014   |   filed under Conversation, Crowdsourcing, Movie, Participation, Social Media

MovieLaLa syndicates users’ social networks as well as friends’ favorite flicks to create personalized Hollywood feeds and alerts with the latest trailers and movie buzz.  You can even use the “icebreaker” feature to meet other fans to go to the theatre with. Potential dating app pivot?  I think so.  There’s no debate, however, that the… Read more »

Airbnb Hollywood And Vines

September 3, 2013   |   filed under Apps, Movie, Twitter, Video, Vine

Airbnb is looking to create the world’s first movie made entirely of Vine videos. “Hollywood and Vines” will be a movie cut from hundreds of 6-second crowdsourced videos. Submissions from around the world were accepted based on instructions from the film’s director sent via Twitter. Participants shot the scenes and submitted them back through Twitter…. Read more »