UPDATE: This book is now available! Click here to purchase.
We’re fanatics about multiscreen media. We blog about it, we post about it, we scour the web weekly for the newest projection mapping projects and we’re constantly promoting new killer content from our producer community. Until now, there hasn’t been a complete guide for the multiscreen movement. The wait will be over soon enough!
Over the last several months, I’ve been working on a resource I’ve always wanted myself… a series of ‘blueprints’ on various multiscreen video technology and stage designs using multiscreen technology. Something I can keep on my iPad in a meeting and reference for new inspiration, or something I can present to a client that will help them understand what I mean by an “edge blended screen.”
I want to introduce you to the
Wide Guide: Blueprint for the Multiscreen Movement
It’s not available yet, but it will be on February 4, 2014.
Inside this detailed and beautifully designed book (thanks Brenton for all your work) you’ll discover 66 pages of insight into various multiscreen setup examples including advice, ways to save money, pros and cons and a tangible blueprint on how to set that specific design up.
Here’s the best part… it’s only going to be $9.99! A no brainer for any creative stage designer, event producer, lighting designer or creative director.
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The Wide Guide will be available for all iOS devices through the Apple iBookstore and all Kindle devices through Amazon (however it was designed for Kindle Fire series for optimal benefit). We will also be selling a PDF version if you want it for your computer or to print out. Coming February 4. We’ll have all the information right here on our site.
Become an expert in multiscreen video technology with The Wide Guide: Blueprint for the Multiscreen Movement.
(p.s. the eBook looks killer on the new Retina iPad Mini!)