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Legislative Recordings and 3D Video

From: Adam <adamsobieski@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2014 09:13:18 +0000
Message-ID: <SNT405-EAS4146A44F72CE1F22AEC8FB7C5940@phx.gbl>
To: "public-egovernance@w3.org" <public-egovernance@w3.org>, "public-opengov@w3.org" <public-opengov@w3.org>

E-Governance Community Group,

Open Government Community Group,

Greetings.  3D video technology is advancing and the use of an array of high-resolution sensors can facilitate the migration of cinematography and camera-work to the post-production phase for photography, videography and 3D videography.

During sessions of Congress and of committees, instead of camerapeople moving around in meeting rooms, arrays of sensors could be placed non-intrusively into the meeting rooms and camerapeople could obtain photographs and video in post-production processes.  Such processes could convenience participants as well as photographers and videographers.  Post-production technologies can enhance cinematography and camera-work and, importantly, by multiple simultaneous teams.  More individuals can obtain photographs and video from recorded 3D data than can fit into and maneuver through meeting rooms and other locations with recording equipment.  Virtual cameras and video cameras could be, during events and post facto in post-production, positioned, configured and moved around precisely as desired by photography and videography teams and such teams could additionally utilize presentation data, data generated from presenters’ utilizing computers during presentations, and other digital records from meetings for multimedia compositions, enhanced video, data-driven multimedia documents and presentations for multiple device scenarios.

The 3D video data from arrays of sensors, from which photographs, videos and 3D videos can be obtained, as aforementioned, and presentation materials and other digital documents could be archived public records at the National Archives Center for Legislative Archives.  Combinations of data utilized in presentations, digital documents, photographs, videos and 3D video data can ​be of use to citizens, historians and educators, for scenarios including teaching with primary sources in subjects including: public speaking, social studies, history, law history and law.










An example of such 3D video technology is available at: http://replay-technologies.com/portfolio/ .

Kind regards,

Adam Sobieski
Received on Thursday, 6 February 2014 15:14:58 UTC

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