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Video Editing Supercomputer: Z820 RED Edition

By Gavin Gear

When it comes to video production PCs, I have built them and I have bought The new HP Z820 RED Edition is an off the shelf tricked out and tuned PC designed for performance and stability for RED Digital shooters… Read more

Making Movies: The New Era of Digital Post-Production

By Gavin Gear

In the movie industry where “time is money”, technology is being developed and deployed rapidly in order to capitalize on creative opportunities, and to shorten time-to-market for these In my last post, I gave an overview of how RED Digital… Read more

RED Digital Cinema: Breaking New Ground with 4K and 5K Video

By Gavin Gear

If you’ve been to the movies lately, it’s likely that you’ve seen the amazing images that RED Digital Cinema cameras Many of the big budget blockbusters recently released or about to be released were shot on RED These movies include… Read more

Custom Atari 2600 PC by Hard Drives Northwest

By Gavin Gear

The year was My sister and I had decided to pool our resources and together we saved up enough cash to buy the ultimate gaming console: the Atari We spent many hours playing games on that console, and I can… Read more

Tapping Into the Power of Kinect for Windows

By Gavin Gear

Hello everyone, my name is Gavin Gear, and I am going to be blogging regularly here on the Extreme Windows My background includes working on the Windows sensor team (see recent talks from BUILD HERE), and before Microsoft I graduated… Read more

Windows at CES 2012

By Brandon LeBlanc

Looking back at 2011, it was a great year for Windows and for We began 2011 with a little over 240 million licenses sold of Windows Since then, we’ve seen incredible momentum with Windows 7 throughout 2011 (300 million licenses,… Read more

Extreme Christmas Lighting With Windows 7

By Paul Donnelly

It’s that time of year again and I’ve seen plenty of holiday lights go I’ve also seen some news stories about the extensive animated light displays people put together which got me wondering about the software and hardware they are… Read more