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Gaming Squads Reunite for Latest ‘Call of Duty: WWII Ads’ (Global, UK, & France Ads)

Arcade Editors Geoff Hounsell, Paul Martinez & Graham Chisholm re-unite lifelong gaming squads in a hilarious international campaign for popular video game franchise “Call of Duty.” The three spots bring together a variety of comrades in different corners of the world, as they search for one another through cheeky plot twists in celebration of the new installment of the franchise.

To view the spots, see below:

Official Call of Duty®: WWII Live Action Trailer – “Reassemble!”

Official Call of Duty®: WWII Live Action Trailer – "Reassemble!" [UK]

Official Call of Duty®: WWII Live Action Trailer – "Reassemble!" [France]


Client: Activision
Spot Title: “Global”; “UK”; “French”

Agency: 72andSunny
Executive Producer: Zeynep Taslica
GCD: Matthew Curry
CD: Rob Teague
CD: Tim Wolfe
Sr. AD: Juri Zaech
Sr. CW: Samuel Moore
Jr. Producer: Vivian Le

Production Company: Imperial Woodpecker
Director: Simon McQuoid
DP (Global): Jeff Cronenworth
DP (UK & French): Jess Hall
Managing Partner/EP: Doug Halbert
Line Producer: Anita Wetterstedt
Production Sup: Bailey Reeves

Editorial Company: Arcade
Editor (Global): Geoff Hounsell
Editor (UK): Paul Martinez
Editor (French): Graham Chisholm
Managing Partner: Damian Stevens
Executive Producer: Crissy DeSimone
Head Of Production: Kirsten Thon-Webb
Sr. Producer: Adam Becht
Assistant Editor: Pete Dandrea
Assistant Editor: Glen Montgomery
Assistant Editor: Matt Laroche

Visual Effects Company: Method Studios
Executive Producer: Cara Lehr
Producers: Crystal Rossmann, Julia Paskert
Lead Flame Artist: Aaron Neitz

Flame Artists: Thomas Downs, Louis Schachte, Kelly Bumbarger, Mark Renton, Andy Dill, Brian Nugent, Rob Ufer, Cary Welton, Rachel Moorer, Patrick Hunsberger

Postproduction Company: Co3
Colorist: Sean Coleman
EP: Ashley McKim
Producer: Matt Moran

Audio Postproduction Company: Lime
Mixer: Jeff Mullen
Mixer: Rohan Young
Assistant Mixer: Ben Tomastik
EP: Susie Boyajan

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Trinamix Distance Sensing Technology Explained

BASF spin-off Trinamix publishes a nice technology page with Youtube videos explaining its depth sensing principles. They call it "Focus-Induced Photoresponse (FIP):"

"FIP takes advantage of a particular phenomenon in photodetector devices: an irradiance-dependent photoresponse. The photoresponse of these devices depends not only on the amount of light incident, but also on the size of the light spot on the detector. This phenomenon allows to distinguish whether the same amount of light is focused or defocused on the sensor. We call this the “FIP effect” and use it to measure distance.

The picture illustrates how the FIP effect can be utilized for distance measurements. The photocurrent of the photodetector reaches its maximum when the light is in focus and decreases symmetrically outside the focus. A change of the distance between light source and lens results in such a change of the spot size on the sensor. By analyzing the photoresponse, the distance between light source and lens can be deduced.

Trinamix also started production of Hertzstück PbS SWIR photodetectors with PbSe ones to follow:

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Castiga un smartphone CAT S41

Tot ceea ce trebuie sa faci este sa completezi formularul de concurs. Castigatorul va fi desemnat prin tragere la sorti in data de 3 Noiembrie 2017. Ce trebuie sa faci? – Aboneaza-te la canalul de YouTube – Inscrie-te la concurs completand un formular Succes ! Participa la concurs AICI Sursa: zonait.tv …

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Sahara Trivia: 15 facts about the desert!

The Sahara is the largest hot desert and the third largest desert in the world after Antarctica and the Arctic. Its area of 9,200,000 square kilometres (3,600,000 sq mi) is comparable to the area of China or the United States. 1. From December to February, the lack of humidity in the Sahara causes nighttime temperatures to plunge, often to freezing and below. 2. Like the mountains in Antarctica, some sand […]

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