[Dailies] Jason Zada vs. 150 GoPros, Dolby Vision vs. Your TV, Star Wars vs. Breaking Bad


Part of a series of posts about great film, web, or design artists and their work abuzz online and in-person.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1kR_usCvkw

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  • Jason Zada is the director behind “Turbocharge the Everyday,” an interactive ad for Volkswagen and agency Deutsch LA featuring 150 GoPros and utilizing cutting-edge “choose your own camera” interactivity (on youtube.com via desktop only) in a single video timeline, which solves the woes of page refreshes
  • “Dolby Vision” is a video about how TV manufacturers can improve brightness, colors, and contrast (via Gizmodo via Leonard Walsh)
  • “Is the Feature Film Dying?” by Short Of The Week compares the total running time of multi-season TV shows with multi-episode feature films, such as “Star Wars” (800 mins.) and “Harry Potter” (1,176 mins.) versus “Breaking Bad” (3,000 mins.) and “The Sopranos” (4,000 mins.)

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