1. 220 - HD Video, Web Streaming and Shopping for HD

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    Robbie and Eric show you the difference between four different grades of consumer video camera, and explain what each is capable of.

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    • Day 10: How to Connect Your App to a Server (PHP/MySQL): HTTP GET and POST [Part 4]

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      On Day 10, we'll learn 1. How to make HTTP GET and POST requests to a PHP/MySQL based service 2. How to create a web service using PHP/MySQL 3. How to upload a file to server 4. How to capture a photo using camera before uploading and as usual lot of chapabaji

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      • Computational Cameras

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        Plenary talk given by Prof Shree Nayar (Columbia University) at ICRA 2009. For more information, see Hizook.com -- http://www.hizook.com/blog/2009/06/26/computational-cameras-exploiting-megapixels-and-computers-redefine-modern-camera

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        • S(cr)eening Berlin, as Tourist

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          “S(cr)eening Berlin, as Tourist” Lynne Marsh in Conversation with Jennifer Hosek, Thursday 7 November, 2013 Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario Internationally-acclaimed artist Lynne Marsh was in residence at the Art Centre from 1 October to 15 November 2013. This is the final in a series of three public discussions, and examines the city of Berlin in relation to Marsh’s body of work, through a dialogue between Marsh and Jennifer Hosek, an Associate Professor of German Studies in Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Queen’s University. Lynne Marsh’s presence as Visiting Artist in Residence at Queen’s University was developed and produced by the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in partnership with the Cultural Studies Program. We thank the Principal’s Development Fund, administered through the Office of Research Services, for their generous support of this initiative. Other collaborators include the Fine Art Program (Visual Art), the Film and Media Department, the School of Music and the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures (German) at Queen’s University, and local, national and international partners: Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, Kingston; Corridor Culture, Kingston; “Programme ICI: Intervenants Culturels Internationaux” at the Université du Québec à Montréal; and the School of Creative Arts, University of Hertfordshire, UK. www.aeac.ca

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          • 'Broadcast Now Episode 1 Broadcasting'

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            Join host Stephen Heywood and his co-host Erik Lanigan as the pilot episode for the broadcasting now show and more here on Episode 1 of Broadcast Now!

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            • Camerawork: Framing Labour

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              Camerawork: Framing Labour” Lynne Marsh in Conversation with Susan Lord, Thursday 24 October, 2013 Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario Internationally-acclaimed artist Lynne Marsh was in residence at the Art Centre from 1 October to 15 November 2013. This is the second in a series of three public discussions, and examines the representation of labour in Marsh’s work through a dialogue between the artist and Susan Lord, Head of the Department of Film and Media at Queen’s University. Lynne Marsh’s presence as Visiting Artist in Residence at Queen’s University was developed and produced by the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in partnership with the Cultural Studies Program. We thank the Principal’s Development Fund, administered through the Office of Research Services, for their generous support of this initiative. Other collaborators include the Fine Art Program (Visual Art), the Film and Media Department, the School of Music and the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures (German) at Queen’s University, and local, national and international partners: Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, Kingston; Corridor Culture, Kingston; “Programme ICI: Intervenants Culturels Internationaux” at the Université du Québec à Montréal; and the School of Creative Arts, University of Hertfordshire, UK. www.aeac.ca

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              • 330 - Nikon Firmware Hacking with Simeon Pilgrim from Nikon Hacker

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                Improve the feature set of your Nikon DSLR with Nikon Hacker. Enable better video features and make your cheap camera work more like the expensive model.

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                • 298 - DSLR Cameras for Broadcasting with Wirecast

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                  Is it possible to save some money and use a DSLR as an HD video source for Telestream Wirecast? Robbie and Sasha set out to find out on this episode of Category5 TV.

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                  • 1-10-2013 - Eindhoven - Lichtjesroute

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                    • Photography that Makes a Difference

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                      Coloratti and Sony Artisan of Imagery Cristina Mittermeier travels the world to capture her compelling images. Her images are informed by the experiences she has enjoyed in her life – growing up in Mexico, training and working as a marine biologist, raising children, writing, traveling the world over, and a 20 year career in conservation. Cristina is the president of the International League of Conservation Photographers. Her images tell a story to further her life's mission using photography to protect our planet's precious resources. In this webinar Cristina will share some of her journeys with us and tell us why she uses Sony equipment to capture these amazing stories in photographs. She will also discuss the importance of X-Rite color management solutions for ensuring that her vision is translated from the camera's sensor, to the computer monitor, and beyond to exhibitions, magazines, books, and more. Cristina Mittermeier's photographs have a purpose: to change the way we view the world and motivate us to protect it.

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