We had some time and a burned out bulb from our front door, so we decided to play around and practice high-speed video techniques using the EPIC camera in our studio. Okay… breaking stuff is cool. Seeing it break at 356 frames per second is cooler. This is one of the shots. It shows a bamboo arrow shot from an air rifle shattering a large bulb that used to grace our front doorway entrance. Two previous shots with a pellet gun simply created the hole and didn’t shatter the bulb.CLICK HERE to view the high speed bulb shot
It takes time to build a house. But showing this unique building concept for all concrete construction only takes a few minutes after several weeks of actual work. This video uses time-lapse to show the many benefits of building precast homes in a dramatic fashion. It was designed to be a marketing tool to persuade other homebuilders a faster and safer solution to traditional wood-frame homes.
Reducing traffic on Florida highways may be as simple as getting workers to just stay home. That’s the message Bay Area Commuter Services wants to send in a video being written and produced by CMR Studios. The High Definition project will feature on-camera talent Art Edmonds. Bay Area Commuter Services, Inc. (BACS) is one of the Florida Department of Transportation’s nine commuter assistance programs within the state. It is a private, non-profit organization founded and funded by the State of Florida Department of Transportation to promote transportation alternatives to the single-occupant vehicle in the Tampa Bay area and surrounding counties. The agency operates in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and Citrus counties. CMR has already produced two corporate videos and a series of award winning television commercials for the transportation agency.