Square Box Systems at the 2017 NAB Show Posted: 17/03/2017
Square Box Systems at the 2017 NAB Show
In booth SL5024, Square Box Systems will highlight the latest versions of its next-generation products for digital asset management and media asset management solutions, including support for new platforms, environments, and operating systems. Square Box Systems' flagship product, CatDV, accelerates collaborative media asset management operations and empowers small-, medium-, and large-scale enterprises to repurpose and monetize millions of assets with ease and efficiency. 
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The First Ever Professional Stereoscopic Beyond 4K 3D Camera Posted: 28/06/2011
The First Ever Professional Stereoscopic Beyond 4K 3D Camera The Meduza, the first single beyond 4K digital stereoscopic 3D (S3D) camera ever developed, has been invited by America’s Space Agency, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to shoot the final Space Shuttle Launch at Cape Canaveral, FL, mid-July.  The announcement was made today by Chris Cary, CEO of the new UK tech 3D start-up, 3D Visual Enterprises, parent company of the camera’s developer, Meduza Systems. The news follows on the heels of Meduza’s exciting debut in April at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention and receiving a Mario Award from the industry’s leading magazine,TV Technology, in recognition of its ‘Innovation & Technical Excellence’
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Winter Olympic Spectacular Begins And Ends With Fairlight Posted: 15/03/2010
Winter Olympic Spectacular Begins And Ends With Fairlight With a worldwide audience of approximately three billion spectators, Australian production company David Atkins Enterprises (DAE) pulled out all the stops to make sure the opening and closing ceremonies at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver were both spectacular and hitch free.
Despite a small glitch with the fourth leg of the indoor cauldron, which failed to rise during the opening ceremony, the two shows were deemed a huge success when they took place at the 55,000-seat BC Place Stadium on February 12 and February 28 respectively.
Behind the scenes, it was Fairlight technology that once again played a vital role. Already being used to edit the broadcast sound provided to German audiences by ARD and ZDF, Fairlight technology was now also a central part of DAE's technical infrastructure.
DAE relied on four Fairlight Xynergi systems to deliver equally faultless audio for the two ceremonies. A total of four Xynergi systems were used – two for main playback and two for backup. As well as handling the audio requirements, the main Xynergi systems also provided the master time code for all other systems including video projection (from ETC), film projection, pyrotechnics, lighting, automation, lasers and show call. Even the conductor and performers relied on Fairlight as they all received their click and cue tracks from the Xynergis.
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