Jake Pinholster

Digital Projection’s New 3D Line of Projectors: No Magic Yet But Still Darn Cool 
In a time where cinema and television alike are pushing further and further more and more frequently into the 3D arena (who doesn’t like five minutes of 3D commercials during the Super Bowl
ArKaos Media Master: Download Your Media Server Today 
ArKaos has stepped just a little bit further out of its VJ booth by releasing Media Master, a software-only media server
To 3D Or Not To 3D 
One of the toughest investments for any video or projection designer to make is the choice of a 3D modeling and animation software
Control Freakout 
With all the amazing technical wizardry going on within our industry and without, it’s always surprising when you happen upon one of those little glaring gaps left in the chain of technological solutions
Ancient Culture 
In May 2000, the city of Tempe, Arizona (just to the east of Phoenix) passed Proposition 400, dedicating a one-tenth percent sales tax to the development,
Desert Tech: Training In Projection, Rigging, And Electrical Safety 
Responding to a need for professional training and development, the Joint Training Initiative of The ESTA Foundation and USITT announces Desert Tech: Electrical, Rigging and Projection Training Sessions
The UVA d3 And The Future Of Media And Control 
This isn’t an introduction to the UVA d3. Michael S. Eddy wrote a great piece on the system in April.
Digital Lighting Proliferation 
With the acquisition of High End by Barco a little over a year ago and Barco’s simultaneous release of the DML 1200
The Missing Link 
I need to fill a gap that has been hanging open around here for a long time
Broken Windows: Why Won’t The Mac Vs. Microsoft Issue Just Go Away? 
The evolution of the personal computer over the last twenty years has been exemplified by the struggle between Apple, Inc. and the Windows-based universe
The Future? Who Needs It? 
I’ve been in three separate conversations over the past week with individuals who work in projection technology, video art, and media design that have revolved around or at least touched upon the idea that interactive media is the future of the electronic media for the stage
Technology’s Birthplace: Coming Next Week! 
A lot of hay gets made in this column and on this website about a variety of tradeshows and conferences in our various fields
The Great Divide 
A number of recent events and discussions have gotten me thinking again about one of the central problems with training young designers and technicians
State Of The Union 
With United Scenic Artists and its parent union, IATSE, having polled their memberships in the past couple of months about the inclusion of Projection Design as a category
Marching Toward The Perfect Staging Projector 
A little over a year ago, Barco released the CLM series, the first 10,000 lumen 3 chip DLP projector focused specifically on the theatrical/performance market
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