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What is Creative Technology?

If you are part of the advertising, digital media, or the visual arts community, you likely have come across the term “creative technology” or noticed Creative Technologists popping up in your network. But what does creative technology really mean? How does it relate to you, the Art Director, Software Developer or consumer? Can technology be

Britelite goes live with Snapchat Spectacles

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  Who are you following on Snapchat? Is it ours? Because it should be (@britelitesf), or just anybody that has Snapchat Spectacles…. Not to undercut the experience of regular Snapchat use, but the Snapchat Spectacles really up the game. I know what you are thinking, but why? Why did Snapchat create the Spectacles? How can

Britelite’s VR Weekly – You Gotta see this!

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Quick, what is the number one way to get our staff to freak out? Announce something rad about VR… or cater a meeting. Well, no snacks today, but the number of VR announcements in the last week have kept the staff over here glued to the various live streams and there has been more than

Behind the Fourth Phase: The tech that made it possible

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  On September 8th 2016 at the Shrine Auditorium in LA, the world got its first exclusive sneak peek of the most highly anticipated action sports movie ever released, The Fourth Phase. The follow up to Travis Rice’s smash hit The Art Of Flight, this film promised to once again break the boundaries between film,

Remembering NASA’s VIEW VR

While we were in Washington D.C. recently to support XQ America’s Super School Project award ceremony, we took advantage of a little downtime and visited the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center – the massive, dual-hangared companion facility to the National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall. The Udvar-Hazy Center is truly a sight to

Top 5 VR Games For The Vive

The virtual reality market is finally starting to fill with fun, interesting titles that are making VR gaming a viable replacement for your XBox. We wanted to share what our favorite games are so far and help you make the most of your VR dollar. Here are the Britelite top five best of VR Games…

Hololens: Leading the VR to AR Revolution

At BLI we like to get our hands dirty with the newest technology and devices, so when we saw that the Microsoft Hololens devkit was being released we had to get one. Our patience paid off and two weeks ago we got an unobtrusive little package at our door that turned out to be our

HTC Vive – Changing the Game

About a week ago Britelite had a shiny new box show up at the office (it was actually matte cardboard… but hey) and it was finally time to dive into the world of HTC Vive. We had been looking forward to this for some time, as we had tried pre-production versions of the Vive and

Interview with Sam Welker of Think Particle

Fuel powered by Jimmy John sandwiches and the music of 21 pilots, Sam Welker is the unique mind behind Think Particle. Think Particle is a motion graphics and visual effects blog that works with industry leading tools such as Maxon Cinema 4D, SideFX Houdini, Arnold, Black Magic, Design Fusion and Resolve, The Adobe Creative Cloud,

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  • #happyfriday with the #britelitesf team! Demoing some incredible technology with our client today.
  • Here is a snippet of our latest project! This is a #3D printed, projection mapped, architectural model with led panel integration, as part of the Alexandria real estate #experiential showroom in Soma.
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  • Heads are turning... Hundreds of faces projected onto SF City Hall! The artwork, called "The Standing March," was a collaboration with American filmmaker Darren Aronofsky , JR Artist and @briteliteimmersive. Find us on Facebook to see the full video. #projectionmapping #artinstallation #creativetechnology
  • Testing something special for our client. #projectionmapping #artinstallation
  • Five hundred faces illuminated San Francisco City Hall as part of the Global Climate Action Summit.

The artwork, called "The Standing March," was a collaboration with American filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, French artist JR and Britelite.

The artwork features 500 people "from different backgrounds" rotating themselves 180 degrees to "remind leaders that the world is watching" as they gather to discuss climate change.

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  • Some of #teambritelite have a different Monday office view.

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