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QYOU launches Heads Up Daily (HUD) esports format on Instagram TV Posted: 17/07/2018
QYOU launches Heads Up Daily (HUD) esports format on Instagram TV
QYOU Media today announces it has extended the reach of its HUD format by introducing HeadsUpDailyTV on IGTV, Instagram’s TV platform launched in June 2018. IGTV aims to deliver long-form formats optimized for mobile viewing to its user base of 1 billion. HUD’s launch on the platform dramatically bolsters its global reach, allowing millennial and Gen-Z audiences to access the best esports entertainment and news on-the-go wherever and whenever.
Tags: QYOU Media | HUD | Heads up Daily | millennials | TV | IGTV | Instagram | mobile | gen-z | eSports | video games | YouTube | Twitch | Curt Marvia
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Deadlines Roots Run Deep at Whiskytree Posted: 12/02/2014
Deadlines Roots Run Deep at Whiskytree Flexible Data Processing Solution from Thinkbox Software Accelerates VFX Studios Pipeline

Since its inception in 2007, Whiskytree has grown from a talented matte painting shop into a full-service CG powerhouse known for creating complex visual effects for feature films, commercials and video games. Based in San Rafael, CA, the agile companys employee headcount generally hovers around 25 but is often scaled up as projects demand. Whiskytrees credits include VFX-heavy blockbusters Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World, Elysium, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. To deliver these stunning visuals, Whiskytree has embraced a Work Smart ethos that emphasizes a strong hardware backend running top-notch software -- including Thinkbox Softwares Deadline data and process management solution. 

Tags: Thinkbox Software | Thinkbox | Software | VFX | Visual Effects | Whiskytree | Deadline | Workflow | Pipeline | Render Farm | Render | Render Management | Renders | Feature Films | Film | Commercials | Video Games
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David Cameron launches the UKs first Accessible Video Games Centre Posted: 10/03/2011
David Cameron launches the UKs first Accessible Video Games Centre Prime MinisterDavid Cameron was in his constituency of Witney, West Oxfordshire with SpecialEffect Patron Matt Hampson to open the UK’s first fully accessible Video Games Visitor Centre.  The Centre is the first of its kind and has been created by video games charity SpecialEffect. SpecialEffect strive to enhance people’s lives by helping them access video games and leisure technology. The centre will be a central hub for SpecialEffect to develop accessible video games for people in the local area and across the UK.  

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