Ron Fredericks writes: LectureMaker set up a special video rig to film a ride from Silicon Valley to San Francisco. The camera was mounted into a car with a small tripod secured with gaffer tape. The lens was outfitted with a circular polarizer to eliminate glare from the in-car navigation unit. The photo below includes a Zoomify web navigator plug-in and a wordpress plug-in to make blog posting easy called YD Zoomify.
Driving to the Commonwealth Club – the Setup
Using the video camera setup described above, I recorded my trip up to the San Francisco Commonwealth Club. Watch the video to see visual landmarks along the way. Listen to the video to learn what others feel is the best parking strategies when driving to the Commonwealth Club. Finally, watch the video to see how to get to the Gold Room inside the Commonwealth Club building itself.
Ron Fredericks is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for International Contact, Inc. He leads office and language service performance improvement and new revenue opportunities with online platform and network technologies.
His technology skill set includes many years of open source software development, architecture design, quick prototyping, project/product management, operating system development, compiler development, debugger development, component reuse, network protocols, new media streaming, real-time performance, embedded systems, mobile apps, power engineering, and countless application development projects. Ron is also a business developer, video and animation artist, public speaker, eLearning platform developer, and independent optical biophysics research in optical Macro/Biomolecular behavior.
Ron currently holds awards in web platform design, business development, and biophysics patents that have each made a disruptive difference in social networking and pharmacology.
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