We have all done it, the permissions pop up and we agree quickly to get what we want out of the app…read the full article as you may be agreeing to more than you think…
All UK foreshore and estuaries have an owner. Unlike the public rights of fishing and navigation and general consent for public access along the foreshore, other activities, including the flying of drones requires the landowner’s permission. Click here for the Crown Estate’s information and advice on how to access their land with permission
An entertaining take on saying no to spec work… an antiquated practice that’s expensive, time-consuming, stressful. And, let’s face it – it’s essentially an institutionalized way of getting us to work for free.
Earlier in June, Bowes Museum ran a successful Kickstarter campaign to create an Indian Rangoli in their entrance for the opening of ‘Celebrating Ganesha’.
Indian artist, Mrs Raj Rani and her son, Rahul, were joined by backers, volunteers, children and staff to create this amazing piece of Indian art, using lentils, rice, pasta and peas. We were delighted to be asked to put a short piece of film together to record this extraordinary event, we even got to join in a bit at the end!
Take a look at this new promo video that parodies the endless production and marketing of prosumer video cameras. Filmmakers Mark and Angela Walley have created a camera that is both a reverse trend in consumer electronics and “the most advanced camera ever built.”
Took the Zenith to the Fire Services Training College, they have a fantastic mock earthquake arena, perfect for showing off the Duple Vista IR/Visible light camera. We were able to find our “victim” hiding in all the rubble, while keeping the commanders up to speed thanks to the HD downlink.
Primetech also were on hand to demonstrate their MultiNet Comms system which can deliver live video over satellite anywhere in the world.