Hill Country Studios today announced a partnership with the Houston-based video production company Vision to serve as its lead technology partner. Hill Country Studios says it will leverage Vision’s production and design expertise to construct two LED virtual production stages.
The Cherokee Nation and its film office held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday to dedicate the opening of the Cherokee Film Studios, Owasso Campus. The tribe’s new facility is the first of its kind in Oklahoma and Indian Country.
Brompton Technology has secured a £5.1 million growth capital investment from Connection Capital, a specialist private client alternative investments business.
Arts Alliance Media has launched a new, ultra-modern website to represent both its market-leading position and the brand’s revitalized look and feel.
Arts Alliance Media and Shenzhen Timewaying today announced the opening of the HeyLED Innovation Centre in Los Angeles.
Arts Alliance Media has agreed to a strategic partnership with Shenzhen Timewaying Co. Ltd, a leading technology manufacturer specializing in 3D and LED solutions, to become an official reseller of HeyLED.
Annapurna Studios and Qube Cinema today announced their plans to deliver India's first full-service LED virtual production stage for pan-Indian and international content creators. This transformative collaboration between two of India's most respected names in the media business aims to provide the tools for creators to craft the best versions of their stories for feature films, streaming episodics, and advertising commercials.
Demand from across the theatre and professional AV industries drove strong results in the Tiger Group’s recent auction of exhibition technology from Pacific Theatres. The movie chain, formerly one of North America's largest, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in March 2020 in the wake of COVID-19 lockdowns.
After reviewing several other options, Chinese LED cinema screen manufacturer Unilumin has selected Macroblock’s MBI5850 as its display driver. The MBI5850 features 16-bit grayscale with smooth low grayscale performance, and a 3,840Hz visual refresh rate that the company says is designed for high-resolution LED displays.
LED video processing products manufacturer Brompton Technology has released Tessera v3.3 with software features that company says optimize the performance of LED panels to further streamline professional workflows. A beta version of the v3.3 software is now available for download from the Brompton website. New features include Operating Modes, and Per-Batch PureTone. Additionally, the Tessera SX40 and S8 now have a preset to support the Academy Color Encoding System AP1 color space, as used by ACEScg. Finally, in collaboration with Mo-Sys, Brompton has added support for the company’s StarTracker camera tracking system when using panels fitted with the Tessera R2 or Brompton’s new Tessera R2+ and an SX40 or S8 processor with Frame Remapping.