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Attack of the Cyber Octopuses: Sci-Fi without CGI

Attack of the Cyber Octopuses: Sci-Fi without CGI

Imagine William Gibson’s cyberpunk universe and sci-fi products like Blade Runner, Terminator, Escape from New York, Aliens, Akira or Tetsuo the Iron Man and you’ve the inspiration…

Steadicam returns with Volt

Steadicam returns with Volt

Steadicam, creators of the Academy Award Winning Steadicam Stabilizing technology, are back with a Steadicam to put in the palm of your hand. Yes, Steadicam is back, offering filmmakers the…

FlowMotion ONE, the end of shaky videos

FlowMotion ONE, the end of shaky videos

In the final stretch of its Kickstarter campaign, FlowMotion Smartphone Stabilizer was funded in one hour and has amassed, now, over $600,000 of a $30,000 goal. It&#8217…

Crowdfunding and Sachtler support Magpie film project

Crowdfunding and Sachtler support Magpie film project

Magpie is the vision of writer/director Carmel Hannant. It is a film in which the devastating effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder are explored against the backdrop of World…

BacPac: new control for GoPro Hero 4

BacPac: new control for GoPro Hero 4

Airborne Sensor, the company responsible for a device to mount multiple GoPros on the belly of airplanes,  developed a new tool for the GoPro Hero 4. Now you’ve new…

Creem magazine documentary funded on Kickstarter

Creem magazine documentary funded on Kickstarter

CREEM Magazine, the seminal music magazine  launched in Detroit in 1969, is the subject of the new documentary from filmmaker and author Scott Crawford, known for “Salad Days: A…

Frank Zappa documentary funded on Kickstarter

Frank Zappa documentary funded on Kickstarter

Alex Winter, a director and writer of movies and TV, launched a Kickstarter campaign to create the definitive documentary about Frank Zappa, and save the musician’s never-before-explored…

Ursula K. Le Guin documentary rapidly funded on Kickstarter

Ursula K. Le Guin documentary rapidly funded on Kickstarter

The $80,000 goal for the feature documentary Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin is now totally achieved, and there are still some 30 days before the campaign ends. For…

Jockey gimbal: true 4-axis stabilization

Jockey gimbal: true 4-axis stabilization

The Jockey Motion 4-Axis Gimbal offers a game-changing 4-axis technology which stabilizes the vertical axis, a critical deficiency of traditional 3-axis gimbals in addressing bouncy videos…

A steadicam rig for all action cameras

A steadicam rig for all action cameras

Based on popular demand, the new iOgrapher GO was designed for GoPro, Sony Action Cam, Canon Vixia Mini and the Blackmagic Micro Cinema camera. A prototype presented at NAB 2015…

Lumapad: LED professional lights at crowdfunding prices

Lumapad: LED professional lights at crowdfunding prices

  The brightest, highest quality, lowest cost production LED lights available, Lumapad offers up to 10,000 lumens, and up to 95+ CRI, on professional LED studio light that&nbsp…

Moovit: Control Your Camera Movement With a Smartphone

Moovit: Control Your Camera Movement With a Smartphone

Back in 2013, Network TV cameraman Danny Dodge launched in Kickstarter a first project, the SnapTrack Cinerails, a lightweight track dolly weighing under 10 lbs. The system, which is now…

Ghost: a Voice Activated Gimbal

Ghost: a Voice Activated Gimbal

The suggestion that the Ghost Gimbal, from SIC – Spaulding International Cinema could be voice activated to levitate and follow the user was nothing more than an April Fool’s…

Documentary features shine light on hot topics at SXSW

Documentary features shine light on hot topics at SXSW

Documentary films often tackle current events to give audiences a deeper understanding of diverse topics and differing points of view. The SXSW Film Festival 2015 lineup of documentary features includes…

New York Times Shows Documentaries Made With Kickstarter

New York Times Shows Documentaries Made With Kickstarter

A new curated series featuring short documentary films funded in part through Kickstarter will, over the coming months, be shown on NYTimes.com on a new “Made With Kickstarter” channel…

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