REDucation SN#001 update
We are in the last few hours of Day 7 of REDucation #1 as I'm writing this up on a break. (took me all day today to post it as I was back at RED HQ working today)
This first class has been an amazing experience in so many ways, it's been fun, loaded with technical information and practical knowledge and hands on work.
The students were of varied backgrounds and came from all over the world to be a part of this program. I think we learned as much from the students and their experiences as the students learned from us. So many real world discussions over the course of 7 days - it was amazingly cool in so many ways.
We had two 4k projection systems in the classroom one driving full 4k and one driving multiple inputs to view 2k deliverables, finished products and the various technology demos - it was crazy fun.
We learned so much about what we did right with this first run of the class, and a ton about what we will do better next time.... All the students gave great feedback on what they liked, what was of maximum value, and what we could improve on.
There were a few "train has trouble leaving the station" moments, but from my POV, no real train wrecks in 7 full days of the class - and any moments where there was trouble with setup or running demos and hands on learning, everyone was able to compensate and get things cooking as needed after some minor adjustments.
I imagine others in the class will post here on their experiences, I just wanted to start the ball rolling, and post this class photo of REDcuation Class #001 (The image on the poster was shot with the RED ONE - and I grabbed this shot on the kitchen floor of the signed poster with my still camera before it got sent off to be mounted in a frame.
There were lots of pix taken during the week of the class in action, some posted on the other REDucation thread - perhaps some of the students and staff can post more pix here on this thread for all to see.
Thanks to everyone who participated in this first outing of REDucation - Next one is in October!