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Date: 2012-11-06
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Shooting a car crash aftermath
While Ben is a true news gathering video journalist, I was more interested in trying to tell a story. Those that know me know of my passion for motoring safety - I have been on various committees and bodies to promote this very thing over the years. We have all seen footage of accidents on TV, probably go tut tut, how sad, but I can tell you, until you have actually been on the scene, there is no describing what you don't just see, but feel as well.
DT Daily: Apple's Forstall ousted, Google Nexus lineup, Hurricane Sandy wreaks havoc
Apple gets an executive shakeup, Google debuts its new lineup of Nexus devices, Hurricane Sandy knocks out the Huffington Post, Pandora revamps its mobile streaming app, and Toyota is named most-reliable brand.
AJA Ki Pro Finishes First for Digital Garage
Formula 1 (F1) Drivers Lewis Hamilton, Bruno Senna and Heikki Kovalainen recently took to the race track, except this time, the race was digital. Codemasters, developer of the new F1 2012 video game, brought the drivers together for a promotional event during the Italian Grand Prix, where they raced on a digital track using Sony PS3 consoles. The BBC was onsite to record live action footage of the event, while UK reseller & systems integrator Digital Garage Group Ltd. used AJA Ki Pro digital video recorders to capture gameplay from the developer versions of the game consoles. All footage was edited and used to create a BBC segment that aired during the Singapore Grand Prix.

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