Recent Posts tagged with Cameron-Pace Group

Cameron-Pace Group Renews as SVG Sponsor

The Sports Video Group is pleased to announce that Cameron-Pace Group has renewed as a premier sponsor. CPG is an industry leader in 3D technologies and production services. Led by founders and Co-Chairmen James Cameron and Vince Pace, CPG delivers quality 3D through its technology products, solutions, and creative tools engineered for use across all media […]  More

Winter X Games Live: Fletcher Chicago Keeps ESPN in Cameras

Whether it’s the summer or winter flavor, specialty-camera–rental house Fletcher Chicago has become a mainstay at ESPN’s X Games. Having served ESPN at every single X Games since its inception, Fletcher is back in full force this week at the 17th edition of Winter X in Aspen, CO. “It’s amazing how much the [Winter X […]  More

ESPN Embraces ‘Different’ Approach to 3D Production of BCS Championship

By James Fisher, SVG Correspondent ESPN 3D viewers will see a very different presentation of the Discover BCS National Championship Game tonight from Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL, than those watching ESPN HD. And that’s just how director Doug Holmes likes it. “The whole point is to give viewers a unique 3D experience, […]  More

Ryder Cup Will Get 3D Treatment by Sky Sports and CPG

The state of 3D sports production got a much needed shot in the arm at IBC2012 this week. Sky Sports and CAMERON PACE Group (CPG) announced that they will produce this month’s Ryder Cup in 3D. The Sky 3D channel will show more than 30 hours of live coverage. According to the IBC Daily, the […]  More

As Season Kicks Off, ESPN 3D Goes 100% 5D for College Football

ESPN 3D has always taken a walk-before-you-run approach in deploying its 2D-3D hybrid production model, lovingly referred to as 5D. The network started with boxing (a 5D-friendly sport) in February 2011, using a single mobile unit and a mix of 2D cameras and 3D rigs to produce an installment of Friday Night Fights. ESPN continued […]  More

X Games Live: ESPN’s Rally Car, Hot Wheels Coverage Reaps Rewards of Cameron’s Deep-Sea Dive

In March, filmmaker James Cameron became the first human to complete a solo journey to the Mariana Trench’s Challenger Deep, Earth’s deepest known point at nearly seven miles below the Pacific Ocean surface. To capture the two-and-a-half hour voyage, Cameron deployed a series of ultra-miniature 3D cameras inside titanium housings that were the first of […]  More

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