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Date: 2012-11-09
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Australia's RMIT University Leads the Way in 3D Research with the Creation of an Uncompressed 3D HD Video Library
When Alex Joseski and Jonathan Burton first met at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, they were simply two friends who shared a passion for filmmaking. Fast forward five years, and you'll find the pair at the helm of Alex and Jono Films, a Melbourne based concept to completion video production company that specializes in cinematography, direction and post production. With a variety of projects under their belts, such as music videos, feature and short films, advertising campaigns, promotional materials and corporate productions, the duo jumped at the chance to act as stereographers and directors of photography for their alma mater's RMIT3DV project: the creation of an uncompressed stereoscopic 3D HD video library.
Petabytes are the New Terabytes
Digital storage plays an enormous role in the creation, distribution and use of rich media content. In addition, higher resolution content places increased demands on content archiving. The 2013 Storage Visions Conference (SV 2013, www.storagevisions.com), a partner event to the 2013 CES in Las Vegas, taking place January 6 & 7, 2013 will explore the implications to digital storage of all elements of the content value chain. The conference theme, based upon the growth in storage demand to meet rich media requirements, is "Petabytes are the New Terabytes." This article will explore trends driving the storage requirements for rich media that will be among the topics discussed at SV 2013. Much of the content here is extracted from the 2012 Digital Storage for Media and Entertainment Report from Coughlin Associates (http://www.tomcoughlin.com/techpapers.htm).

Celebrations outside White House as networks project Obama victory
Supporters of U.S. President Barack Obama celebrate outside the White House as television networks project Obama victory. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
America Goes to Vote, Candidates Scramble
Election Day arrives, sending voters streaming to the polls to pick the next president and the candidates themselves scrounging for last-minute votes. The presidential contest is likely to be close, hinging on a few key states like Ohio.
America Goes to Vote, Candidates Scramble
Election Day arrives, sending voters streaming to the polls to pick the next president and the candidates themselves scrounging for last-minute votes. The presidential contest is likely to be close, hinging on a few key states like Ohio.
Social Media Changes Driving Some Marketers Buggy
Social media is the most rapidly changing aspect of communications to begin with. Throw in an IPO (Facebook) and a major overhaul (LinkedIn) and modifications are barreling ahead so fast, even the techies seem unable to keep up.

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