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Thanks, I wouldn't go to the extent of thanking the school very much though, as the main reason they put me in place of a professional is because of budget cuts, and they have declined to provide any funding for this build (because they say their 2.4Ghz dual core iMacs are perfectly fine). I'm just doing this because I know my school is in need of help in the tech department. I do give credit to the studio though for providing the green screen and camera crane. I guess I'm just kind of mad at my school because they always ask me to do everything tech related (ex. configuring their network and setting up the domain) instead of actually hiring a professional. It's fun for a little while, but I still have my own tech projects and school work to do. Maybe I'm also mad because they actually denied me into the AP computer science class due to my "A-" in AP Calculus BC (you have to have a solid A in math regardless of how many years ahead you are)...

In terms of a render farm, a lot of professional editing studio's have them, but you just cant compare it to a single computer. I could practically garuntee that this single computer would be more productive than a $500K render farm. It's because the only thing that render farms help with is rendering - not editing and live previewing. Not only that, but only a very small fraction of software and plug-ins are even compatable with networked rendering. There's no way that I would be able to take out a series of frames into photoshop, fix them up, and put them back into Premiere / After effects, I couldn't apply any non-native plugins (which is very important) or even edit with the native plugins without major slowdowns. You also cannot take advantage of the speed and accuracy GPU acceleration in network rendering. There are so many things that are incompatable with network rendering that you'll never even be able to render your footage via multiple computers at the end of the day. I've done a ton of research on this and that is the simple truth. One fast computer will almost always be faster than 100,000 slower computers, until all of the software is actually written the way it's supposed to be. It's kind of like a single threaded vs multi threaded application. If it's single threaded, it doesn't matter how many cores you have at all. The only thing that matters is the speed of the one core.



I hope I didn't undersell myself... I gotten offers all across the board, however some companies just seem like they want to get my idea and throw me under the bus.

I've been wanting to make that Easy button tutorial for a while now . It's truly awesome lol. (For those of you who don't know I modified my Staples Easy button to turn on my computer) I usually place it by the front door so the computer will be on by the time I get there
haha i work at staples so i can appreciate that, you should totally make a tutorial for that.

Wicked build by the way!
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Oh nice, read the revised OP.

If I may ask, what exactly were the patents you made?
I don't want to go too much into detail about them (otherwise I wouldn't be getting a patent ), but here are some of the basic ideas of a few of the tech related ones. (And yes I am trying to be somewhat vague).

-A high power frequency AND amplitude modulated laser that can be adjusted to over 14 million distinct wavelengths

-A device the size of a penny that can create an interactive hologram computer interface on-demand. (I'll be entering this one into the science fair next year)

-A new, much quieter and more compact method of phase change cooling.

So... this is what I have been spending most of my time on recently. Besides, I honestly doubt many of you will actually believe that I'm working on this stuff considering that my own parents didn't even believe I could do it at first.

The part that I still find most annoying of all is that despite these accomplishments, I still have to get at least an A- in my required History, English, and Art classes or I most likely won't even be accepted into MIT, Stanford, or Caltech (which are the colleges I am very interested in).
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post #1333 of 1552
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I don't want to go too much into detail about them (otherwise I wouldn't be getting a patent ), but here are some of the basic ideas of a few of the tech related ones. (And yes I am trying to be somewhat vague).

-A high power frequency AND amplitude modulated laser that can be adjusted to over 14 million distinct wavelengths

-A device the size of a penny that can create an interactive hologram computer interface on-demand. (I'll be entering this one into the science fair next year)

-A new, much quieter and more compact method of phase change cooling.

So... this is what I have been spending most of my time on recently. Besides, I honestly doubt many of you will actually believe that I'm working on this stuff considering that my own parents didn't even believe I could do it at first.

The part that I still find most annoying of all is that despite these accomplishments, I still have to get at least an A- in my required History, English, and Art classes or I most likely won't even be accepted into MIT, Stanford, or Caltech (which are the colleges I am very interested in).
Lmao

Sorry kiddo, I don't know what of this thread is true, but I'm afraid I can tell you that your school hasn't bought 3 ff35's.

Edit: You have edited your post and removed saying that your laser was thought to be an impossible feat of engineering... Was it thought to be impossible, or what?

I'd really like to see pictures of the penny sized holographic interactive computer.
I assume you realise to acquire a patent for a device like this, it would have to physically exist?

I don't mean to make this a personal attack but you seem to be wasting many people's time.
Edited by Serrias - 7/28/11 at 6:35pm
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Awesome. You can max Angry Birds out for sure.
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Lmao

Sorry kiddo, I don't know what of this thread is true, but I'm afraid I can tell you that your school hasn't bought 3 ff35's.
3 ff35's? I never said that at all. A while back I mentioned they used some $50k RED camera (most likely rented) which I thought might be the FF35. As I have said before, I'm not there while they are filming. All I get is a pile of .R3D files

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Awesome. You can max Angry Birds out for sure.
Angry Birds FTW! I don't think it's sli supported though, and I can't play any game without at least 700fps.
    
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3 ff35's? I never said that at all. A while back I mentioned they used some $50k RED camera (most likely rented) which I thought might be the FF35. As I have said before, I'm not there while they are filming. All I get is a pile of .R3D files



Angry Birds FTW! I don't think it's sli supported though, and I can't play any game without at least 700fps.
Yet you keep mentioning 6k, something is incorrect.

I'm more interested in these patents, this device sounds amazing.
Sarcasm aside, the patent for a device like that will run into $20,000 minimum, and you need a working prototype.

I know what I'm talking about.
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Lmao

Sorry kiddo, I don't know what of this thread is true, but I'm afraid I can tell you that your school hasn't bought 3 ff35's.

Edit: You have edited your post and removed saying that your laser was thought to be an impossible feat of engineering... Was it thought to be impossible, or what?

I'd really like to see pictures of the penny sized holographic interactive computer.
I assume you realise to acquire a patent for a device like this, it would have to physically exist?

I don't mean to make this a personal attack but you seem to be wasting many people's time.
I knew someone wouldn't believe it! lol.

The laser idea was originally thought to be impossible by some. I deleted that part literally because it sounded too good to be true, and somebody like you wouldn't even believe it.

If you'd like to see my "holographic" interactive computer idea put into practice, you can go to the Intel international science and engineering far either in (most likely) Irvine or Los Angeles. My patent should be fully submitted in Q1 2012. If you are genuinely interested I can PM you the details.

PS. The device does not have to physically exist to get a patent. I currently have a working prototype that is a little bigger than a smartphone, however with professional manufacturing it could easily be as small as a penny. It just has to be plausable.
    
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If you don't mind me asking, how old are you?
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Yet you keep mentioning 6k, something is incorrect.

I'm more interested in these patents, this device sounds amazing.
Sarcasm aside, the patent for a device like that will run into $20,000 minimum, and you need a working prototype.

I know what I'm talking about.
You gave me a thought... maybe they are supersampling the 5k footage to 6k during a codec/container conversion, since the native resolution of the monitor setup they have is 6k? As I said, I do nothing else there other than get footage from Dave. It's mostly 1080p, when those 5k/6k clips come in it seriously just kills every piece of electronics in its path. That's why we have to do it locally on a USB 3.0 HDD rather than in the cloud.
    
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