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I'm Dorian, and I produce HD motion pictures and 4K footage. Below, I present to you some of my footage that you can view by clicking the appropriate thumbnail.
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This video records the navigation of three 35K (35,000 x 5,000 pixel) panoramic movies on a high-definition (7680x3240 pixel) video wall consisting of 12 1080p monitors - using Content Interface Corporation (CIC) software.
This is a Press Release by Matrox/Mitsubishi of the recent Integrate Show in Sydney.
On a huge video wall of six Full-HD 60-inch LCD monitors, CIC enVision is used to navigate Dorian Weber's video archive that includes 100 4K (Red One 3840x2160 pixel) videos and over 1600 HD videos.
The hardware consists of a Windows PC, a Matrox M9188 graphic card, and six PN-E601 Full-HD LCD monitors from Sharp. The resolution of the display is 6780x1920 pixels.
On a huge video wall of six Full-HD 60-inch LCD monitors, CIC enVision is used to navigate Dorian Weber's video archive that includes 100 4K (Red One 3840x2160 pixel) videos. When the amount of videos is huge, especially for 4K videos, CIC enVision's iZoom (Infinite Zoom) technology can be very effective in quick discovery of the videos or video mining.
Dorian was born in Graz, Austria as son of a Austrian modern art painter and Professor of the Technical College in Graz. Graduated in Photography 1966. 1970 moved to Asia and worked as official photographer of the German Pavilion at Expo '70 in Osaka, Japan. After extensive traveling and living in various countries in South East Asia, Australia and South Pacific moved to Philippines. Opened a commercial photography studio in Manila. End of the 80's moved to Tokyo, Japan and started in stock photography. 1996 expanded to motion pictures and is now producing full time High Definition Motion Pictures. Mid 2009 started to produce 4k footage with the RED ONE Camera.