The NAB show floors are packed with companies hawking their wares from often lavish booths.
Training in postproduction applications from Future Media Concepts, a regular offering at the show.
With four vast floors of booths and other displays of technical wonder, some turn to wheels to lessen each day’s hikes.
RED will release an 8K sensor upgrade later this year to its carbon-fibre bodied Dragon Weapon that will deliver a claimed 75fps.
As a camera company, RED has never been shy about in-your-face presentations such as this “autopsy” room at its booth.
While radio is a smaller part of the NAB show these days, companies still roll out demonstrations such as this outdoor auto display on the NAB midway.
Booths pitching products and services from Taiwan, France, Ontario and a number of other locales dot the convention floors.
MAXON US president Paul Babb presented journalists with the latest updates to its popular Cinema 4D 3D app. The company’s live streaming of guest artist presentations at its show floor booth attract a worldwide audience. You can see for yourself at C4Dlive.com.
Deluxe, celebrating its 100-year anniversary, moves beyond its film legacy. The software-based Deluxe MediaCloud platform is claimed to “transform the broadcast chain” by moving beyond a hardware-centric broadcast infrastructure to a pure IP platform.
The Berlin-based Fraunhofer research institute now offers a 360 camera platform spotted for concerts and sports coverage.
Blackmagic Design’s URSA Mini offers 4.6K resolution in a run-and-gun style piece of kit.
A wide arrange of companies touted cloud applications.
The Bublcam might be an ideal camera for virtual reality use as its four cameras offer a 360-degree field of view.
NAB has ambitious plans for this fall’s CCW show at the Javits Center.
As this view out of my hotel room proves, there is much more to Nevada that never appears on the show floor.