Shooting Movies with a RED One Camera Through a Microscope
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Join Richard Weinberg of the USC School of Cinematic Arts to explore high-resolution motion picture optical microscopy. Weinberg developed a system for shooting movies with a RED One camera through a microscope and created a ten-minute movie, "MicrOrganisms," in 4K resolution that premiered in December 2009 at the CineGrid conference. This session reviews the image capture, editing, and visual effects process and how Weinberg used this system to stream live HD microscopy from Los Angeles to Yokohama, Japan, for an interactive presentation at SIGGRAPH Asia.
Runtime : 01:03:29 Added : 10/25/2010
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