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The Art of the Personal Project: David Walter Banks of Brinson+Banks

The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.  I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before.  In this thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project. Please note: This thread is not affiliated with any company; I’m just featuring projects that I find.  Please DO NOT send me your work.  I do n...
Tags: Photography, United States, Chroma, Personal Project, Suzanne Sease, The Martin Agency, Kaplan Thaler Capital One Best, David Walter Banks of Brinson Banks


Is 4:2:2 video worth it? Can you even tell the difference over 4:2:0?

The difference between 4:2:2 and 4:2:0 along with 8-bit vs 10-bit was a hot discussion back when the Panasonic GH5 was announced. It was the first small form factor camera to offer 10-bit 4:2:2 internal, and it confused a lot of people. It still seems to confuse a lot of people, but even if you […] The post Is 4:2:2 video worth it? Can you even tell the difference over 4:2:0? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Chroma, Chroma Key, 4:4:4, 4:2:2, Sony A7III, Gerald Undone, Atomos Ninja V, 4:2:0


Razer integrates Amazon’s Alexa voice controls and haptic feedback into its gaming platform

Razer, the company that makes high-end hardware and software specifically tailored to gaming enthusiasts, is adding new voice and touch features to its platform to bring it into the next generation of computing and take the Razer gaming experience to the next immersive level. Today at CES, the company announced that it will be integrating Amazon’s Alexa into its gaming platform to let users control certain aspects of the Razer gaming experience by voice; and it also announced a new range of devi...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Gaming, Microsoft, Tech, Sony, Razer, Voice, Alexa, Chroma, Alexa Voice Service, Lofelt, SUBPAC, Razer Chroma, Haptic, Min Liang Tan


Razer Turret Keyboard for Xbox One gets surprise CES 2019 launch

The Razer Turret, the first official wireless keyboard and mouse set designed for the Xbox One, is now available for $250. The mechanical keyboard uses Razer's Chroma technology and is designed specifically for couch use. The post Razer Turret Keyboard for Xbox One gets surprise CES 2019 launch appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, News, Xbox One, Trends, Razer, Chroma, Razer Turret, CES 2019


Arsenal-backed Carolina Color buys Chroma

Carolina Color, which is backed by Arsenal Capital Partners, has acquired McHenry, Illinois-based Chroma Corporation, a specialty color and additive concentrate business. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE SAILSBURY, NC, July 9, 2018 – Carolina Color Corporation (“Carolina Color”) announced today it has acquired Chroma Corporation, based in McHenry, Illinois. Chroma Corporation (“Chroma”) is a leading specialty color and additive concentrate business serving packaging, electronics,...
Tags: Trends, Arsenal, M&a, Hudson, Chroma, Midwest, Arsenal Capital Partners, Carolina Color, Carolina Color Corporation, McHenry Illinois, Chroma Corporation, McHenry Illinois Chroma Corporation, Carolina Color Breen, George Abd Chair of the Board, McHenry IL, Howard DeMonte President of Carolina Color Chroma


Xbox One will soon play nice with keyboards and mice

The Verge reports that Microsoft is working to bring support for mice and keyboards to its Xbox One consoles at last. That builds upon Windows Central’s story from last week about Microsoft’s partnership with gaming accessories maker Razer. The idea was to support RGB lighting in Razer’s Chroma line of peripherals, which includes LED backlit gaming keyboards. Windows Central shared some notes from leaked documents pertaining to a developer event. If those are anything to go by, it looks like Mic...
Tags: Startups, Gadgets, Gaming, Microsoft, Gear, Razer, Chroma


Unify your PC and accessory lighting with Razer’s expanded Chroma support

Razer has expanded its Chroma platform to support hardware from third-party manufacturers, making it possible for gamers with a variety of accessories and gaming gear to have uniform backlighting profiles. The post Unify your PC and accessory lighting with Razer’s expanded Chroma support appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Computing, Razer, Chroma, Gaming Keyboards


Philip Venables, 4.48 Psychosis, Royal Opera, 24 April 2018

Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith Images: ROH/Stephen Cummiskey Gwen – Gweneth-Ann Rand Jen – Lucy Hall Suzy – Susanna Hurrell Clare – Samantha Price Emily – Rachael Lloyd Lucy – Lucy Schaufer Ted Huffman (director) Hannah Clark (designs) D.M. Wood (lighting) Pierre Martin (video) Sound Intermedia (sound design) Sarah Fahie, Rc-Annie (movement) CHROMA Richard Baker (conductor) Philip Venables’s 4.48 Psych...
Tags: London, Religion, Lucy, Intermedia, Covent Garden, Chroma, Mozart, Kane, Gwen, Wagner, Bach, Stravinsky, Donizetti, Richard Baker, Sarah Kane, George Benjamin


DIYP takes a look at the new Chroma 4×5 large format technical camera

The Chroma 4×5 large format technical camera has intrigued me since it was announced last February. When I found out its creator, Steve Lloyd, was UK based, I got in touch to find out if he’d planned to visit The Photography Show this year. It turned out that he had, so I asked if he […] The post DIYP takes a look at the new Chroma 4×5 large format technical camera appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, UK, Film, Film photography, Gear, Analog, Chroma, Analogue, Large Format, Steve Lloyd, DIYP, The Photography Show 2018


The Chroma is a new and unique large format technical camera

I find the rebirth of film to be absolutely fascinating to watch. No longer are they merely the tools we need to do our jobs. They’re something more than that now. They’re a passion. People are using them because they want to, and not because they have to. And that’s why I find it so […] The post The Chroma is a new and unique large format technical camera appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Film, Film photography, Analog, Chroma, Analogue, Large Format


Long-term hands-on: Razer Blade 14” as creative laptop

Not just for gamers any more: Razer’s high-spec Blade laptop holds promise for music making, too. I’ve taken one for an extended test to see how it holds up. Do you know what you want in a production laptop? Well, odds are, yes, you absolutely do. But as computing has pushed harder into mobility, we’ve often had to sacrifice power, specifications, and expandability we want. That is, we’ve been told what we want, rather than being heard. The thing is, what a laptop consumer wants isn’t necessa...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Gaming, Music, Microsoft, Windows, US, Tech, Intel, Pc, Kinect, Gear, Stories, Nvidia, Vr, Windows 10


Cool Stuff: Dan Mumford’s ‘Jurassic Park’, ‘Edward Scissorhands’ & More Artwork Now on Sale

Last week we highlighted some of the early sneak preview pieces from Dan Mumford‘s solo art show at Gallery 1988. Now the entire slate of new pieces he created for the Chroma show is available to see in full, and you can buy them to hang on your walls at home. Dam Mumford’s Chroma show features tributes to Jurassic Park, Edward Scissorhands, Starship Troopers, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Die Hard, The Princess Bride and more. Check out all of the new Dan Mumford artwork from his gallery...
Tags: Art, Movies, Cool Stuff, Chroma, Mumford, Edward Scissorhands, Gallery 1988, Dan Mumford


A Color Story Desktop Giveaway (5 Winners!!!)

We’ve got an extra exciting prize today from our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways event today! Five lucky winners are going to choose an A Color Story Desktop set or collection of their choice to make their photos shine. For any of you who don’t know, we have an award-winning photo app called A Color Story. And we have taken those filters and translated them for use as Photoshop actions or Lightroom presets (deepening what you prefer to use). We use these actions to edit nearly all the photography...
Tags: Giveaways, Happy Holidays, Celebrate, Chroma, Instagram Facebook, Arielle Vey, Emma Elsie, Rebecca Stice, Rosie Clayton, Dusky


A Color Story Desktop Giveaway (5 Winners!!!) (CLOSED)

We’ve got an extra exciting prize today from our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways event today! Five lucky winners are going to choose an A Color Story Desktop set or collection of their choice to make their photos shine. For any of you who don’t know, we have an award-winning photo app called A Color Story. And we have taken those filters and translated them for use as Photoshop actions or Lightroom presets (deepening what you prefer to use). We use these actions to edit nearly all the photography...
Tags: Giveaways, Happy Holidays, Celebrate, Chroma, Instagram Facebook, Arielle Vey, Emma Elsie, Rebecca Stice, Rosie Clayton, Dusky


NetEnt Unleashes Unique Chroma Key Technology

One of the world’s leading iGaming software developers has launched a new range of live casino games, based on exclusive new technology. NetEnt, who have pioneered the development of engaging and state-of-the-art online casino games for the biggest and best casino operators, have unveiled their unique Chroma key technology that’s designed to take live streaming of classic casino table games to the next level. The Chroma key technology has been developed to provide iGaming customers with a more i...
Tags: Europe, UK, News, Marketing, Announcements, Scandinavia, Chroma, NetEnt, Casino Mobile Apps, Casino mobile marketing, Chroma Key Technology, Per Eriksson


Another Kardashian Lawsuit In The Books!

More legal drama is over for the Kardashians! As you may remember, Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney Kardashian launched their low-priced Khroma Beauty makeup line back in 2012. Upon launch, they were dragged into MULTIPLE legal battles over the name "Khroma". One complaint was from Chroma, a high-end makeup line, and the other from Kroma, a makeup line who trademarked the name "Kroma" before "Khroma" came along. They eventually changed the name to Kardashian Cosmetics and settled out of court with Kroma...
Tags: Celebs, Kardashian, Kim, Kourtney Kardashian, Chroma, Kim Khloe, Katch, Tillett, Kroma, Khroma, Kardashian Cosmetics, Lee Tillett


Get colorful with your desktop PC with the upcoming $80 Razer Chroma HDK bundle

This week, Razer introduced its upcoming Razer Chroma HDK for desktops packing two RGB LED strips offering 16.8 million colors. It won't hit the market until the third quarter, and will ship with a new version of Razer Synapse. The post Get colorful with your desktop PC with the upcoming $80 Razer Chroma HDK bundle appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Computing, Razer, Chroma, Desktop Illumination, LED strips, Razer Chroma HDK, RGB LED


Light up your desktop PC with 16.8M colors using the $80 Razer Chroma HDK

This week, Razer introduced its upcoming Razer Chroma HDK for desktops packing two RGB LED strips offering 16.8 million colors. It won't hit the market until the third quarter, and will ship with a new version of Razer Synapse. The post Light up your desktop PC with 16.8M colors using the $80 Razer Chroma HDK appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Computing, Razer, Chroma, Desktop Illumination, LED strips, Razer Chroma HDK, RGB LED


Festival No. 6 takes place in Portmeirion ("The Village" in 'The Prisoner'): lineup/tix

Most people go to festivals because of the lineup, but here's one where some might go just because of its location. Festival No. 6 happens September 7-10 in Portmeirion, the Welsh tourist village made famous at "The Village" in trippy'60s spy show The Prisoner. The Flaming Lips, Mogwai, Arab Strap, Kate Tempest, Jarvis Cocker and more... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, The Beatles, Pins, Island, Mogwai, Jarvis Cocker, Charlotte Church, Palace, Wild Beasts, Music News, Toy, Public service broadcasting, David Holmes, Natalie Mccool, Chroma, Tour Dates


3form’s Vector Goes in the Right Direction

Manufacturer 3form recently added a new wrinkle to their Chroma line. Vector is an inventive interlayer: “Made of hundreds of layered, angled, light and dark gray colored yarns, Vector creates an optically intriguing design.” Chroma—a monolithic material made of optical-grade engineered resin—is durable and beautiful. It’s ideal for a range of clever applications like exterior facades, bar tops, countertops, decorative partition walls, and lighting. Previous to Vector, however, Chroma was ava...
Tags: Books, Walls, Chroma, Tabletop, Vector, Surfaces, Ceilings, Countertops, 3form, Glazing & Construction, Bar-top, Countertop, Engineered Resin, Monolithic Panels, Optical-grade Resin, Vector interlayer


Razer’s latest ‘Blade’ boasts cutting-edge hardware and a 4K Display

Razer unveiled the 2017 update to its popular Razer Blade lineup on Friday and the new notebooks are just packed with high-end hardware. The new 14-inch Razer Blades come in two flavors, starting at $1,900. The post Razer’s latest ‘Blade’ boasts cutting-edge hardware and a 4K Display appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Computing, Razer, Chroma, Razer Blade, Kaby Lake, Gaming Laptops, GTX 10-Series


Razer updates its BlackWidow Chroma keyboard with yellow switches, wrist rest

Razer introduced version two of its BlackWidow Chroma mechanical keyboard sporting a third switch option and a comfy wrist rest. That third switch option is Razer's new Yellow switch for silent and quick responses for FPS and MOBA gamers. The post Razer updates its BlackWidow Chroma keyboard with yellow switches, wrist rest appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, MOBA, Trends, FPS, Keyboard, Computing, Razer, Mechanical, Chroma


Bearcubs - Underwaterfall

We already introduced 25-year old London-based producer Jack Ritchie aka Bearcubs. One year later Chroma, he announced the release of a new ep. Underwaterfall will be out on March 10th via All Points. Title-track is the first excerpt… (in post [Streaming]: Bearcubs – “Underwaterfall” from Sonofmarketing. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, London, Chroma


Razer takes PC gaming beyond the screen with two new concepts

Razer has spent the last year seriously revamping its product line, and now it's time for a little fun. The PC gaming manufacturer is set to impress with a three-screen laptop and RGB Chroma projector. The post Razer takes PC gaming beyond the screen with two new concepts appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Computing, Razer, Chroma, Multi-monitor


Portland’s new chamber of commerce wants more business support for Vision Zero

The Portland Independent Chamber of Commerce (PICOC) has turned their influential attention to an issue near and dear to our hearts: the struggle for safer streets. Launched early this year by a relatively young cadre of tech industry leaders as an antidote to the Portland Business Alliance, PICOC wants more Portland businesses to step up and support “the Vision Zero movement.” Their latest campaign hit inboxes and social media feeds today. It’s timed to influence City Council’s upcoming vote ...
Tags: Business, Sweden, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, City Council, Council, Chroma, Henderson, William Henderson, Glenn, Multnomah County, Portland Bureau of Transportation, Vision Zero, Jonathan Maus


Bauci e Filemone (Gluck) and The Judgment of Paris (Arne), Bampton Classical Opera, 13 September 2016

St John’s, Smith Square Pallas (Catherine Backhouse), Venus (Aoife O'Sullivan), Juno (Barbara Cole Walton) (sung in English) Bauci – Barbara Cole Walton Filemone – Catherine Backhouse Giove – Christopher Turner Chorus – Aoife O’Sullivan, Robert Anthony Gardiner, Robert Gildon Actors – Marieke Bernard-Berkel, Niamh Adams, Sophie Lyons Mercury – Robert Anthony Gardiner Paris – Christopher Turner Juno – Barbara Cole Walton Pallas – Catherine Backhouse Venus – Aoife O...
Tags: Religion, Paris, Jupiter, Chroma, St John, Handel, Pallas, Philemon, William Congreve, Ovid, Gluck, Arne, Maria Theresa, Mark Berry, St John's Smith Square, Smith Square


Barclays & Techstars Graduate Latest Fintech Accelerator Class in NY

Today, 10 teams will demo their fintech ideas as the latest batch of startups to come through the Barclays Accelerator in New York. British bank Barclays and startup accelerator Techstars collaborate to run the program here, with managing director Jenny Fielding heading things up. She also runs the Techstars IoT (Internet of Things) Accelerator in New York. The first New York class of the Barclays Accelerator graduated last October. Barclays also runs fintech accelerators in its home city o...
Tags: Google, Startups, Real Estate, New York, London, Big Data, Trends, Mortgages, It, Barclays, Goldman Sachs, Lending, Ny, TechStars, Fintech, Demo Day


Not Dead Yet 2016 initial lineup (GLOSS, Turnstile, etc) ++ Lock playing NYC

Possibly North America’s premier punk/hardcore festival and the closest heir apparent to Chaos in Tejas (RIP), Not Dead Yet, returns for the 2016 year on October 13-16. Again the Toronto fest comes hard, dropping a mixed bag of everything from the buzziest band in the hardcore world to the buzziest in the punk underground... Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Free, Freedom, Toronto, Barcelona, Waste Management, Piss, Lock, North America, Claim, Music News, Warfare, Barge, Chroma, Violent Reaction, Tour Dates


Horizon Hobby Chroma 4K review

For budding aerial photographers and videographers searching for an entry-level UAV, it doesn’t get much better than Horizon Hobby’s Chroma 4K drone. The post Horizon Hobby Chroma 4K review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Controller, Chroma, 4k Video, Cool Tech, 2.4 GHz


Softpress introduces Chroma for Mac

Softpress has introduced Chroma for Mac (https://www.softpress.com/chroma/). The $10 (for a limited time) app generates “well-balanced and complementary color palettes” from images. Designed exclusively for OS X Yosemite and El Capitan, it emulates the way the human eye perceives color to create natural looking palettes. Individual colors from palettes can be copied or dragged in various formats, or entire palettes can be exported and integrated with most major design appl...
Tags: MacNews, MacTech, MacNews News Article, MacTech News Article, Chroma, El Capitan