1. FrieslandCampina | Dutch Lady

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    The popularity of Dairy grows rapidly in the Asian and Pacific region, so does the need for outstanding advertising of milk products. Our good friends at Lowe Hanoi approached us to produce a unique piece of animation for Dutch lady, one of the top producers on the Asian dairy market. The storyline of the commercial high- lights the different steps of the production process. Starting with the caring for the cow, the short time from farm to industry and the zero tolerance testing of the milks purity. Several charming characters are involved along the journey, to support the milk on it´s way to it´s final destination, the Dutch lady Milk package. It was mandatory to support the quality of dairy as a natural product with the look and feel of the world that we had to create. Every detail had to convey an organic feel and maintain the illusion of a handcrafted stopmotion world. We Photographed and scanned textures, mapped these on our CG environment and setup elaborate vray settings to achieve realistic looking surfaces. While taking the challenge with the stiff production timeline we had a great time creating the small perfect world of Dutchlady dairy. ----- for credits and further information check the dyrdee website: http://www.dyrdee.de/project/frieslandcampina-dutch-lady

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    • David Pesiri, Technology Transfer at Los Alamos

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      July 27, 2012: David Pesiri of the Los Alamos National Laboratory speaks to the Department of Energy perspective on technology transfer. General overview speaks to public-private partnerships to innovate technology more ready for widespread utility. Part of "Economic Stimulus: Technology Transfer from Federal Labs" held by ACS Science & the Congress on Capitol Hill.

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      • Stephanie Shipp, Context for Public to Private Technology Transfer

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        July 27, 2012: Stephanie Shipp of the Science and Technology Policy Institute provides contextualizing remarks on technology transfer from public to private sectors: specifically national labs such as health and energy being sources of innovation that become commercial products. Part of "Economic Stimulus: Technology Transfer from Federal Labs" held by ACS Science & the Congress on Capitol Hill.

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        • Phil Singerman, Improving Federal Lab Tech Transfer

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          July 27, 2012: Phillip "Phil" Singerman of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) overviews policy perspective on tech transfer. Speaks to a Presidential Memorandum in October 2011 set policy for federal lab tech transfer, attempting to improve output of federally pursued research (to level approaching tech transfer success of federally funded), Part of "Economic Stimulus: Technology Transfer from Federal Labs" held by ACS Science & the Congress on Capitol Hill.

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          • Brett Bosley, Managing Technology Transfer at National Labs

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            July 27, 2012: Brett Boseley of Battelle, speaks to a type of federal research "GOCO" meaning Government Owned, Contractor Operated, a model used by many DOE facilities. Part of "Economic Stimulus: Technology Transfer from Federal Labs" held by ACS Science & the Congress on Capitol Hill.

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            • Anne DeMasi, Introductory Remarks for Federal Labs Technology Transfer

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              July 27, 2012: Anne DeMasi of Corporation Associates of the American Chemical Society introduces the program and moderator Stephanie Shipp. Part of "Economic Stimulus: Technology Transfer from Federal Labs" held by ACS Science & the Congress on Capitol Hill.

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              • Zoom Sessions Ep. 1 - Peter Erskine

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                Peter Erskine records live on the all-new Zoom H6, with special guests Darek Oles and Bob Sheppard. Recorded using only the Zoom H6 X/Y capsule and spot microphones plugged directly into the newly designed H6 preamps. The Zoom H6 is available now! For more information, visit: http://www.zoomh6.com For more information on Peter Erskine visit: http://www.petererskine.com/

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                • Zoom H6 Product Video 2

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                  Introducing the Zoom Handy Recorder The world's first six-track portable recorder, featuring a revolutionary system of interchangeable input capsules. To learn more, visit http://www.zoomh6.com.

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                  • Zoom H6 Product Video 1

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                    Introducing the Zoom Handy Recorder -- The world's first six-track portable recorder, featuring a revolutionary system of interchangeable input capsules. To learn more, visit http://www.zoomh6.com.

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                    • The All-New H6 (Teaser Video)

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                      Introducing the Zoom Handy Recorder -- The world's first six-track portable recorder, featuring a revolutionary system of interchangeable input capsules. To learn more, visit http://www.zoomh6.com.

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