SKULLY AR-1: Rebel Innovation

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SKULLY HELMETS IN ASSOCIATION WITH ON THE SCREEN PRODUCTIONS

Skully Creative Director- Robert Gomez Hernandez
Executive Producer & Co Director- Marty Eli Schwartz
Director of Photography- Stephan Von Bjorn
1st Assistant Director – Julian Brain
Cameras by Radiant Images-Mike Mansouri
1st Assistant Camera- James Rydings
2nd Assistant Camera- Sarah Galley
Camera Car- Jack Carpenter of Camera Cars
Camera Bike- Dan Wynands of Action Trax
Key Grip-Joel Jaspin
Sound Recordist – Rob Nokes of Sound Dog Productions
Sound Design – Jamie Branquinho, Chase Keehn, James LeBrecht of Berkeley Sound Artists
Craft Service – Kit & Kaboodle
Personal Assistants – Brendon Lee, Will Giovacchini, Ines Chan, Virginia VanGrossi
Medic-Cindy Swartz

Stunt Coordinator/ Motorcycle Driver : Courtney Schwartz
Motorcycle Drivers:
Daryl Davis
Ron Bartells
Jen Caputo
Joe Bucaro
Jef Groff
Robert Gomez Hernandez
Barry Munsterteiger

Motorcycles by – Aprilia, Moto Guzzi, Bartel’s Harley Davidson

Physicists Create Water Tractor Beam

Physicists at the Australian National University have created a tractor beam in water. Using a simple wave generator they can create water currents which could be used to confine oil spills, manipulate floating objects or explain rips at the beach.

Credit: ANU Multimedia Team

WorldView-3: Ready for Launch

WorldView-3, the world’s first multi-payload, super-spectral, high-resolution commercial satellite for earth observations and advanced geospatial solutions, will launch into orbit on Aug. 13 aboard an Atlas rocket. Operating at an expected altitude of 617 km, WorldView-3 will have an average revisit time of less than one day and will be capable of collecting up to 680,000 square kilometers of imagery per day. Its data-rich imagery will discover new sources of minerals and fuels, manage forests and farms, and accelerate DigitalGlobe’s exploitation of Geospatial Big Data™ – a living digital inventory of the surface of the earth. Credit: Lockheed Martin/United Launch Alliance