All posts by Sean-Paul Adams

Growing up the son of a West Coast Video Manager, Sean-Paul has literally been playing video games for as long as he can remember. Starting as a wee little boy in his room with a 7” black and white TV and his Atari 2600 with Tank Plus, not much has changed, just the room and television have gotten bigger. When not gaming, Sean-Paul is usually cooking, watching anime, or riding his bike around Singapore and dreaming up his next computer build.

Adata adds gaming peripherals to skill set with new keyboard and mouse

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions ADATA to you? Is it RAM? Or how about SSDs? Memory perhaps? Any or all of these would be correct, but did you know that ADATA also makes gaming peripherals? Yeah, me neither until today.

So what are they making? Glad you asked.

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Miniature movement – snoppa Atom mobile gimbal

When it comes to filmmaking, the most reliable way to get smooth footage is to use a gimbal. While they come in all sorts of flavors and sizes, the most commonly purchased among the general consumer population are certainly the ones that are on the smaller end of the scale that is compatible with mobile phones. One of the newest gimbals comes from a Chinese company Snoppa in the form of the Atom. Which the company is claiming to be the world’s smallest gimbal.

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Arc System Works brings Kill La Kill to life

Anime Expo wrapped up last week and the announcement fireworks so bright that Uncle Sam would have cried tears of joy. One of the biggest surprises came from a logical but never heard of pairing- Arc System Works and Trigger. The former is best known for the fighting game series Guilty Gear and Blaz Blue, while the latter is an anime production studio that has brought us amazing shows Little Witch Academia and Kill La Kill.

Now the two companies have done the Fusion Dance and are bringing us Kill La Kill the game: IF

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Kinefinity brings new hope to indie filmmakers

While the big players in camera technology and manufacturing have been making quite a commotion at this year’s NAB, there’s been a much smaller brand that’s also causing quite a stir.

Kinefinity, a relatively young brand from China, is shaking up the indie filmmaking scene with the reveal of their newest flagship cameras, the MAVO and the MAVO LF. Late last year, they revealed their more affordable options in the TERRA series of cameras, which come in 4K and 6K flavors. The MAVO line is, in essence, a successor and evolution to the TERRA 6K at the same time.

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