RED Digital Cinema is proud to announce the opening of our newest retail store in Miami, Florida. Situated in the heart of the Wynwood Art District—home to over 70 collections, museums, and galleries—the newly designed space will showcase the latest RED camera innovations and serve as a gallery for works shot on RED.
RED Digital Cinema’s Third Party Development program and Software Development Kit (SDK) offerings allow enthusiasts and developers to create custom applications and resources to communicate and interface with RED cameras. There are a number of applications available on digital marketplaces, like the Apple App Store, that expand the realm of possibilities for your RED workflow. The third party application foolcontrol is just one example of the third party development program in action…
For anyone who was unable to attend the 2015 NAB show—or visit the RED booth virtually via NextVR’s live 3D technologies—here’s a breakdown of the major announcements from RED. In addition, you can also visit the RED at NAB 2015 page to catch images and other highlights from the show.
RED is pleased to announce that we are now incorporating the Apple ProRes codec into the RED workflow. One of the most popular video formats used in post production, ProRes codecs offer a high quality intermediate for editing and grading footage at up to 6K resolution.
RED Digital Cinema returns to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas from April 13th–16th. Located at Booth #SL1517, RED will be showcasing the performance and versatility of the 6K RED DRAGON® sensor, as well as the latest product innovations and technologies.
Attendees at NAB will be the first to see WEAPON®—the latest digital camera to be added to the REDDRAGON family. WEAPON combines optimal color science and dynamic range of the 19 megapixel RED DRAGON® sensor with all new built-in functionality and intuitive design. Visitors will also be able to see the full family of OLPFs, as well as the fastest media option RED has to offer—the 1TB REDMINI-MAG®.
As one of three partners in Royal Galactic Media—a production company specializing in corporate documentaries—Ivan Agerton’s work has taken him across the globe to capture imagery for some of the world’s largest companies. Throughout his travels, Ivan has become increasingly inspired by the faces he sees and relishes in portrait photography to catalogue the lives and conditions of the individuals he comes across. Pulling stills from motion, Ivan ensures that he captures every nuance in these interactions.
Ever wondered what’s the fastest car on the road? Starting on March 26th, 16 of the world’s top performance cars will square off in a head-to-head drag race tournament for the title of ultimate champion on the streets.
Syfy’s newest television series, The Expanse, is scheduled to begin later this year and is shot on none other than EPICDRAGON. Adaptated from the New York Times bestselling book series written by James S. A. Corey (a pseudonym for writers Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck), The Expanse is set 200 years in the future—at a time when the human race has colonized the Solar System. The series follows police detective, Joseph Miller (Thomas Jane) and ship officer, Jim Holden (Steven Strait), as they track down an heiress to an empire and uncover a vast conspiracy that threatens very survival of humanity.
RED Digital Cinema is teaming up with Dell, Intel, and Sharp to bring you the first ever 4K live streaming concert event from SXSW. Using industry-leading technology from each of the partners, viewers will be able to experience The FADERFORT in ultra high-definition from the comfort of their homes. EPICDRAGON and SCARLET DRAGON® cameras will be equipped with REDCAST™ Modules to live stream the concerts in 4K while simultaneously capturing 6K R3D RAW masters.
Music videos exploded in popularity during the 1980’s—with sources like MTV delivering a new multi-sensory experience to fans. This gave artists a new avenue for promoting their work, expressing creative ideas, and interacting with their audience. But the audience still lacked a level of participation.
Jack White’s latest video release for his single, That Black Bat Licorice, takes a revolutionary approach to the traditional music video. White’s new 3-in-1 music video features three independent videos (Two live action and one animated short) rolled into one track. Shot on EPICDRAGON, the video allows viewers to customize their experience by toggling between the various scenes by pressing keys on their keyboard—offering a unique level of control and participation in the video.