In this episode we talk with Mark Christiansen and Kanen Flowers about the current state of the VFX industry, how it got there, and what can be done to change it. We cover #vfxprotest, Rhythm and Hues, and the Oscars. This is part one. A followup episode will be recorded soon.
This episode sponsored by Red Giant Software
In this episode we talk with Colin Barrett, indie Mac and iOS developer, about the App Store, Sparrow, and Netflix binging.
This episode is sponsored by Harvest. Check them out at http://www.getharvest.com/
We have the lovely and hyper-talented Kristin Martin formerly of PIxel Corps, and currently of [redacted]! We talk about audio and video production, what it was like to work in the “Wild West’ days of podcasting, and how to get John, Ben, Kenji, and the rest of the castaways back on the island.
Special Guest: Kanen Flowers. In this episode we talk about the differences growing up in the 70s vs the 90s, Racoons, and things we can neither confirm nor deny.
In this episode we, along with guest Kenn Bell spoil the $H1T out of The Avengers. We also talk about what goes into making his show, The Dog Files.
In this episode we have Michael Critz (@mike_critz), Emmy-award winning motion graphics designer and user experience designer. We talk about Cat memes, Facebook, Apple UX oddities, and user experiences that go beyond the screen and keyboard.
This week we’ve got Tim Cain, the father of the popular game Fallout, and lover of chocolate. We talk about storytelling, D&D, Fallout, classic arcade games, and how hard it is to preserve our digital heritage.
Our guest is Mike J. Nichols, aka The Edit Doctor, aka The Phantom Editor. We talk about TV, film, what it took to edit The Phantom Menace into something watchable, and why we can’t have nice things.
In this episode we talk about the 5DmkIII, the C300, Sony’s FS100, and our beloved GoPro, and how inexpensive hardware impacts budding filmmakers and veterans alike. We also pay homage to American Graffiti.
In this episode of RI4E, Maggie hacks some space, Christopher falls from grace with the Kimpon Hotel chain, we question Apple’s commitment to the Mac platform, surmise the probability your data getting pwned, and decide Google is scummy.
Part two of our conversation with Kanen Flowers. In this episode, we talk about what it is that makes a good podcast, that Heartbeat City by The Cars synchs up with Defender, other video games, and wanting to stab people in the cinema.
This week’s special guest is Kanen Flowers, independent film maker and creator of That Post Show, and Scruffy Thinking. In this episode we talk about making a feature-length film, hardware, phone phreaking, hackers, money, and blow — but no hookers.
In this episode we talk about the new iBooks 2 platform and the potential impact it has for the US school system, and elsewhere. We cover iBooks Author, the .ibooks textbook format, and the new courseware attached to iTunes U.
In this episode, we have our first Guests! Aharon Rabinowitz and Seth Worley join us via Skype to talk about visual effects and post production in independent film. You’ll also learn the secret of THE MURDER HOUSE.
In this episode we talk about CES in a very big way. We cover new advances in TVs, cameras, computers, and THE NEW MAKERBOT! Also, we talk about product specs, why they matter, and why that’s part of the bigger picture of user experience design.
Math is hard.
In this episode we talk about 3D in the cinema, and why sometimes IMAX isn’t.
In this episode we talk about what makes a good App. We we talk at excruciating length about the Apple HIG, and Apps that suck less.
In this episode we talk about Star Wars, and how George Lucas even today, continues to change cinema. We had some audio problems while recording this episode that were not discovered until after the show finished recording. Please excuse the audio quality. The problem has been corrected, and we’ll be back next week with our usual higher quality audio.
In our second episode, your fearless hosts gasbag about TV shows we like, home theatre PCs, and different ways of getting content to your television.
In this episode, we whinge about how Apple is leaving the high-end pro market. We talk about Mac Pros, education-as-enterprise, and giant 3D printed jumping spiders.