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New Publicly Available Video, Audio and Imagery Library for NASA

Mckenzie Kane April 2nd, 2017
NASA Video, Audio, and Imagery Library screenshot
V! Studios has built and released a searchable multimedia library for NASA, providing easy access to a treasure trove of historic and trending images, video, and audio.

The cloud-native application provides an elegant and cost-efficient solution for NASA in organizing their massive amounts of digitized content. See and discover for yourself at images.nasa.gov.

P2P Messaging Tool for Luxury Home Exchanges

Victor Nolasco August, 2016
V! Studios created an integrated person-to-person messaging tool to improve communications for luxury home exchanges.

V! Studios licenses cloud-based messaging solution, to improve person-to-person transactions, to Trade To Travel. Read more about it here.

Photonics Laboratory @ UCLA Visual

Troy Benesch March 5, 2013
V! Studios is excited to announce that we have finished the visualization of the capabilities of their FIRE microscope on a neuron and resulting fluorescence.

V! Studios was tasked to visualize the fluorescence emitting from a neuron when imaged with their FIRE (Fluroescence Imaging via Radio-frequency multiplexed Excitation) microscope at 4200 frames per second.

New iPad App Launched for NASA

Troy Benesch August 3, 2012
Our App has landed! Get your free copy from the iTunes Store! Kudos to an amazing TEAM: Mike Brody, Ivy Nye, Colleen Kaiser, Jenny Mottar, Lisa Laden, Troy Benesch, Jeff Carns, Chris Shenton, and Bill Keeter!

NASA leads the nation on a great journey of discovery, seeking new knowledge and understanding of our planet Earth, our Sun and solar system, and the universe out to its farthest reaches and back to its earliest moments of existence. This NASA Science application brings you the latest information from NASA’s Science Missions, including the spacecraft, their instruments, the data, and what we are learning about the questions we seek to answer. NASA's Science Mission Directorate (SMD) and the nation's science community use space observatories to conduct scientific studies of the Earth from space to visit and return samples from other bodies in the solar system, and to peer out into our Galaxy and beyond. Join us on our quest to learn…Get the iPad app here (NASA Science: A Journey of Discovery)

New iBooks launch for NASA

Troy Benesch August 1, 2012
V! Studios is pleased to announce the launch of two iBooks for NASA Science on the Apple iTunes Bookstore. They are Mysteries of the Sun and A Tour of the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

Adapting information from the books of the same name and the movies associated with both titles, this iBook utilizes the interactivity that iPad users have come to expect. Incorporating movies, touch based diagrams, and expandable high resolution images, these iBooks uses the latest authoring techniques that Apple has provided for an enhanced viewing experience for iPad users. Download the iBooks here: Mysteries of the Sun and A Tour of the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

V! Studios Awarded by SBA

Troy Benesch July 31, 2012
SBA awards
V! Studios is honored to announce that we have received the 1012 Administrator's Award for Excellence from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

The award recognizes V! Studios as one of the top small business subcontractors in the Washington, D.C. region (Region III). This is an annual award event and the competition is strong.

Mysteries of the Sun Released on DVD and Online

Troy Benesch April 3, 2012
V! Studios is proud to announce that the five animation series, Mysteries of the Sun has been released for NASA Science.

V! Studios and NASA's Science Mission Directorate released the multiple award winning 5 video series: Mysteries of the Sun. These videos study the Sun's influence throughout the solar system and, in particular, its connection to the Earth and the Earth's extended space environment. The topics covered in the series are Space Weather, Solar Variability, the Heliosphere , Earth's Magnetosphere and the Earths' Upper Atmosphere. View the entire 5 part series here.