Mustafa Ebrahimi, left, and Martin Wood explain their cameras to Henry Tennanbaum.
Multimedia 360-degree film technique dazzles morning TV
- January 10, 2012 5:00am
Multimedia Graduate Program students Mustafa Ebrahimi and Martin Wood wowed KRON 4 morning show personality Henry Tennanbaum with their creative, 360 degree movie-making technique.
No worry if you missed the airing Saturday a.m., you can watch the show as many times as you like at:
Ebrahimi and Wood, plus teammate Scott Fowler, will be one of several CSUEB teams showing their inventions at the Maker Faire May 19-20 at the San Mateo Event Center: www.concealed-thefilm.com
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