Axiom 4K Open Source Camera demonstration

¬†September 04th 2016 Hardware Demo ¬† Hebden Bridge OSHUG This workshop will demonstrate an entire RAW 4K workflow from the sensor and develop an image in 4K. Capturing and processing from a 4K sensor and showing what can be done through open source access to the hardware. Demonstrating the Axiom hardware, its capabilities and explaining why open source is applicable…

OPEN SOURCE AND FEATURE FILM PRODUCTION – SEPTEMBER 02ND 2016

Having researched and examined how open source has reached out into many areas of current working environments, Daniel Mulligan was struck by how little open source seems to be used within the film production community. It appearing that little has been developed for an entire production workflow and backbone, from the sensor and how it is used and manipulated, the…

Thoughts on Open Source for Film 2016

Hello, It made sense to just review why this blog is here and to explain our philosophy towards Open Source and its myriad possibilities. Naturally a camera of this sort, with a sensor free to be worked on and all settings to be changed and adjusted, isn’t for everybody. What is being allowed though is a completely custom and open…

AXIOM beta, 1st one delivered 2016

Hello, It is with great pleasure to announce that we have received the very first shipped Early AXIOM Beta hardware kit outside of the core developer team in April 2016. This kit features the final hardware but currently has no enclosure and the software is still in the early beta stage.  It is intended for the community and those who…

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