Posts Tagged ‘Technology’
So I had all these tweets composed and lined up to send, but I hesitated. Honestly, Twitter is driving me nuts lately. I believe in tweeting both fun & thoughtful/inspirational ideas & links to stories/videos, but sometimes it feels like tweeting them is just adding to the noise; they will be quickly forgotten. I love …read more
“I remember telling our architect that I wanted all the technological goodies you’d find in a world-class performing arts center. Looking back, I realize that what I had asked for was ‘lights, camera, action!’ rather than ‘Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.’” ~ Ian Cron, “Chasing Francis”
These days, almost any Mac will work fine for VJ-ing.
If you are on a budget, then go for the Mac Mini.
If you want mobility, then get a MacBook Pro.
If you’re power hungry and need to run advanced things like the Alpha/Keyer Module and need to make room for expansion, then go with …read more
Toys…toys…toys!!! This one’s gonna be fun to answer! =)
Now before I give off the list, I have to explain a few things:
1) This is not the end-all, be-all setup for VJ-ing. But it’s what I have and it serves me well. It’s not the ideal setup by any means. For some environments, it …read more
I’ve got a secret that I probably shouldn’t tell you.
The gear you use doesn’t really matter! It’s true.
I’ve been reading “REWORK” by the founders of 37 Signals, and it’s been rocking my world. Finally, there is a book about business the way I am wired! One of my favorite sections is titled “Tone …read more
Recently, I finished the book “Flickering Pixels” by Shane Hipps. This is not a feat to take lightly as I am not much of a book reader. It’s a weakness I struggle with constantly. I really wish I loved to read books…I really do. But it’s just not a natural means of entertainment or …read more
Reason #1024 to go to events like DIRT: outside guerrilla projection parties!
Kids, don’t try this at home! :) ok, just kidding…but there are some interesting articles coming out about “visual attacks” & guerrilla projection mapping. We had …read more