Posts Tagged ‘Wired’

A short but interesting article from Wired Magazine on the fallibility and bias found in referees: HERE 3 Smart Things About Referees By Candice Chan 1 // They listen to the crowd. Researchers asked two sets of soccer refs to judge game clips. One group watched the footage on mute; the other with sound. The […]

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I’m sure you are familiar with Chris Anderson. As well as being the Editor-in-Chief of Wired Magazine and an engaging presenter and advocate of digital technology; he is also the author of The Long Tail. I liked the Long Tail. It was an engaging book built around a well established idea – that in statistics, […]


Over the last two years or so I’ve been involved in virtual film production, using computer generated environments for film projects, often called machinima. Interest in the area is huge, as it offers film makers the chance to storyboard in 3D, fabricate locations cost effectively, or even film whole productions in a virtual environment. Pixar […]