The UCR411A receiver has become ubiquitous on film and television sets. It was the wireless receiver of choice for Breaking Bad. Powered by two 9 volt batteries, the unit is frequency agile allowing choice of 256 frequencies. To alleviate interference problems in an increasingly congested RF spectrum, an RF spectrum analyzer is built into the receiver. The receiver tunes across its 25.6 MHz tuning range and records RF activity with markers on the LCD screen. Finding clear operating frequencies is a quick, simple process. We highly recommend this unit for critical recording situations.
The Comtek M-216 Transmitter and companion PR-216 receiver have become standards in film & television for transmitting audio tracks to Directors, Producers and interested parties on set. They offer 60 channels of operation and the effective range is approximately 200 feet. Comteks are ideal for personal monitoring, music videos, cueing actors, track transmission for tours, etc. Signals for the M-216 can originate from professional mixers and recorders, tablets, iPods, smartphones, computers and the Comtek lavalier and handheld microphones. The Comtek system was not designed to be used for the transmission of master tracks.
The Warner Music Group hired us to produce a dozen Carnegie Hall concert videos.
Enormously talented international artists were invited to participate in this prestigious contest.
We captured awe-inspiring performances.
Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary-General of the United Nations was a Korean War refugee. His family was saved by the United Nations and UNICEF. HOME, produced by Hello World, follows the Secretary-General from Africa to the Middle East.
We witness his total commitment and are moved by his compassion for the largest population of refugees in the history of humankind.
Feel the Music is an AT&T project to assist the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community celebrate and share their love of music.
Jules Dameron – an award-winning deaf artist, directed the WALK THE MOON music video "Different Colors". The production crew was drawn from the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. The CSE Group reached out to Hello World to produce a video of the making of “Different Colors”. It was a memorable, moving experience...
General Electric, BBDO & Obscura Digital have received considerable praise for UNSEEN STARS.
Thirty-two projectors were used to produce a light show on the ceiling of Grand Central Terminal honoring the achievements of twelve female scientists and engineers. This is a remarkable effort on the part of GE to encourage more female interest and empowerment in STEM. Hello World was tasked with virtual reality streaming the show. We also provided post production services for the VR video.