Uniqlo - Tokyo, Japan - April 2006
Digital Air - Uniqlo Camera Array
  The process of using an array of controllable cameras to produce virtual camera movement was invented and patented by Digital Air's founder, Dayton Taylor, in 1994.

  Dayton's invention and its implications for traditional and interactive cinema were described in detail in Dayton's seminal 1996 article in American Cinematographer magazine (pdf).

  Digital Air's multilensed Timetrack™ film cameras (and Camera Control™ / Time Control™ digital systems) utilize Dayton's invention to produce the most precisely controllable cinematic virtual camera movement possible.

  For over twenty years Digital Air has made Dayton's invention accessible worldwide through our global production services, licensing, and products.
 
 
               
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