Screening Room at 35,000 Feet Above the Earth

by Jay Durgan  18 April 2012

Amazing! I am presently flying at 35,000 feet above the earth from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. and reviewing a rough cut of a client’s video. The viewing, annotation and entire process were as smooth and fluid as if I were sitting at my office desk in San Mateo. By the by, would anyone happen to know if this is the greatest height at which a cloud-based Screening Room has been successfully used? Dare I imagine that I’ve just set a world record? What’s the number for Guinness Book of World Records?   © 2012 MEDIAmobz, Inc. Our next test of Screening Room will be from the bottom of the Mariana Trench (the deepest part of the world’s ocean) where James Cameron of Titanic and Avatar fame has agreed to lend us his “vertical torpedo” sub for this purpose. Screening Room: takes a kicking but still keeps ticking

One response to “Screening Room at 35,000 Feet Above the Earth”

  1. Hunter says:

    Will your Screening Room work from a manned space capsule? Will it work in the hands of a passenger riding on the back of a Vespa traversing Trafalgar Square? Would my boss be able to access Screening Room after being stuffed and locked in an oversized steamer trunk that’s been kicked into the Puyallup river; floating toward Puget Sound?

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