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755MP 300fps Lytro Cinema Camera Captures a 3D Model in Every Frame

dofLytro Brings Revolutionary Light Field Technology to Film and TV Production with Lytro Cinema

World’s First Light Field Solution for Cinema Allows Breakthrough Creative Capabilities and Unparalleled Flexibility on Set and in Post-Production

Lytro Cinema captures all the rays of light within a scene, providing a rich amount of Light Field data. Every pixel has color properties, directional properties, and its exact placement in space.

Lytro Cinema is defying the traditional physics of on set capture by virtualizing creative camera decisions. Infinite creative choices can be generated in post-production including unprecedented control over focus, perspective, aperture and shutter angle – recreating impossible shots.

Source: Lytro Cinema

Traditional TV viewing in decline confirms Ofcom

Traditional TV viewing is continuing to fall, with the greatest declines among the under-45 age groups, according to figures from Ofcom’s latest Communications Market Report.

In 2014 the average number of minutes of broadcast TV, watched on a TV set, was 220 minutes per person (aged 4 and above) per day; 11 minutes less than in 2013. The fall, of 4.9% year on year, represents the second consecutive year of decline.

The decline was seen across all ages, but was more pronounced among the under-45 age groups, with the greatest proportional drop among children aged 4-15 (-12.4%), followed by the 25-34 group (-8.8%) and 35-44s (-8.0%). Viewing among the over-65s fell the least; by 0.3%.

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68th Festival de Cannes

Festival de Cannes 2014: from 143h to 24th May 2015. All the latest from the Festival de Cannes on the official website

Source: Festival de Cannes 2015 – Official Website

CBC Media Awards

Christian Broadcasting Council

Annual Media Awards 2006

Gold Award

Best Christian Music DVD

‘Is There a Heaven for Me?’

Directed by Jeff Marshall

Produced by Deborah Anderson & Jeff Marshall


Source: Christian Broadcasting Council

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