Zachary Borovay

Zachary
Borovay
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The Future Of Design Is Yesterday
The Projection Designer's Toolbox is back! Sorry for the long sabbatical. As some readers may know, I have been lucky enough to have been inundated with
Render While You Work
As theatrical projections shift from film to digital, it has become increasingly easier and more affordable to bring an editing suite into the theatre
Projection Toolbox: Melody, Harmony, Rhythm And Projections
As some people know, I originally started my journey into musical theatre with a desire to land in the pit orchestra. In my youth, I split my time assisting
Keynote Moves Forward
At a special event held at Apple's Cupertino campus on August 7th, CEO Steve Jobs introduced iWork '08, which includes Apple's presentation application Keynote
Hands-On With Mitsubishi’s PK20 Pocket Projector
I recently had the opportunity to play with Mitsubishi's tiny PK20 DLP video projector
Projection Toolbox: Projections Unchained
Tony-nominated for his work on the hit Broadway musical revival of Cabaret, Mike Baldassari has designed lighting for theatre, concerts, major corporate
Wendall Harrington Honored
This past Tuesday, the League of Professional Theatre Women held a luncheon honoring projection designer Wendall K. Harrington with the Ruth Morley Designing Woman Award
Apple Moves Motion Into 3D
Apple officially announced Final Cut Studio 2 at this years NAB conference in Las Vegas
United Scenic Artists Calls For Meeting To Discuss Representation Of Projection Designers
UPDATED United Scenic Artists Local 829 has called for a meeting to discuss the possibility of representing projection designers on April 23
The Revolution Starts With One
recently designed projections for a new musical called Nerds: A Musical Software Satire for the Philadelphia Theatre Company. The show is a lighthearted satirical retelling of the history of the personal computer starring mildly truthful, but mostly fictional, characterizations of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Paul Allen, Steve Wozniak, etc. The show featured a 20'×10' rear-projection screen fed by a two-projector Watchout setup. The RP played several roles within the show. Most of the time, it was an animated backdrop, but occasionally, it became a character in the show.
Google Brings 3D to the Masses
Last March, Google announced that it had aquired @Last Software, who’s sole product was a a little application called Sketchup.
Apple Prepares Next-Generation OS X Leopard
If you believe everything you read on the world wide web (and don't we all?), then you'd believe that Apple is just about ready to release it's next generation operating system, Mac OS X Leopard (aka, version 10.5)
Where Do Images Come From?
In November, we discussed how to make crystal-clear scans from preexisting analog media. This means any kind of printed image that already exists in nature:
Adobe Releases Photoshop CS3 Public Beta
In late December, Adobe released a public beta version of their flagship application, Adobe Photoshop
Where Do Images Come From?
One of the things that makes projection design so unique is that we have the ability to present just about any kind of media cartoons, home movies, photographs,

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