Posts Tagged "VideoBlocks"
Video Blocks is excited to announce it is sponsoring a new and exciting site called EPIC SLOW MO. EpicSlowMo.com is [...]
Free stock footage is always something to celebrate! We often tell you about our friends at Footage Firm and their [...]
After years of anticipation, our partners at Footage Firm have finally released a collection of HD virtual sets! These high [...]
Did you see NASA’s latest accomplishment? They successfully landed a new robotic explorer on Mars! It’s name is Curiosity and [...]
It’s been a really busy and exciting week here at VideoBlocks! We just moved offices! For the past two years [...]
We get a lot of tech support questions from our VideoBlocks users asking us to clarify the difference between NTSC [...]
We know Ben and Jerry’s are always coming up with new creative flavors, so we thought we’d send them a few suggestions. Here are the top 5 video inspired ice cream flavors that we could come up with.
The VideoBlocks office is based in the Washington DC area, so we got the amazing thrill of watching the Space Shuttle Discovery loop around outside our windows a few weeks ago. It was amazing to see this impressive piece of American history land right outside our door!(Well, not right outside…but pretty close!). Little did we know that our friends over at Footage Firm were cooking up a NASA surpise of their own! They just released 10 DVDs worth of stock footage, stock photos and audio clips from the best of NASA’s archives. And as always, they’ve somehow managed to give it away for free!
It’s been an exciting week here at the VideoBlocks office. On Monday we put in an order for a Phantom Miro M320S camera! In the past we’ve outsourced our high speed camera footage, so we are beyond pumped to finally create those epic shots in house.
The Phantom Miro is a pretty small in size, but that doesn’t bother us! We refer to it as our “petite little ninja samurai warrior” camera since even with its pint-sized stature it can shoot at a whopping 2,250 frames per second!
A few weeks ago we were extatic to announce the winners of our VideoBlocks Educators Photo Contest. We asked teachers to take a picture of their class using technology for education and include how they would use $1,000 and a year long subscription to VideoBlocks.com. Out of all of the enteries, the lucky kids and staff at John Simatovich Elementary came out on top.