At the iGrid 2005 conference at UCSD, Richard Weinberg, research associate professor at USC School of Cinema-Television (CNTV) and founding director of the school's Computer Animation Laboratory, streamed his digital animation project live from Tokyo, Japan, to the conference's opening session in San Diego. The project, "24 Flowers per second" was shot on an 8-megapixel digital camera, and projected at the conference on Sony's new 8-megapixel projector. This was the School's first project shot at this resolution, approximating the new Digital Cinema Initiative standard for theatrical distribution. Weinberg's project was also shown at the dedication of the new Calit2 building at USCD at the end of October 2005.
24 Flowers Per Second
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