We spoke with the team at Vū about their experiences working with Puget Systems and how clusters of our workstations help them drive massive LED walls.
We talked with Gavin about the evolution of The Slow Mo Guys YouTube channel and how Puget Systems provides the computing power required to make it work.
We talked with Ross Shain, a veteran of the post-production industry and creative technology evangelist, about how he uses his Puget Systems workstation.
VFX and motion graphics legend Jonathan Winbush talks about his work, his workflows, and how those impact the hardware he relies on to do his best work.
Dan Bernard and Casey Faris are two passionate content creators who have fostered success across several creative and philanthropic ventures, including Ground Control, HeartSupport, and ResolveCon.
Lost Boys Interactive is a top tier video game development studio whose work across a wide gamut of game sizes andn complexity means they require high performance workstations, but more importantly, highly reliable workstations, and a vendor who can react quickly to their changing needs. That’s where Puget Systems comes in.
Corridor Digital is a wildly creative independent production studio based in Los Angeles. Puget Systems has worked with Corridor Digital since 2016, and has since become its sole supplier of custom workstations supporting their amazing work in the content creation space.
Puget Systems is proud to call Excel Engineering a customer. But the relationship is more than that. Excel Engineering is a valued partner. That partnership began in the early days of the pandemic, and at first seemed to arise from what appeared at first to be a simple need. “We need a better plan, better performance, better solutions.”
In 2015, Larry founded Sierra Aeriform as a drone service company providing flight services and post production services.
Before EJ joined School of Motion, he was freelancing and teaching via tutorials on his Eyedesyn channel on YouTube as well as LinkedIn Learning and Cineversity. He sort of stumbled into creating tutorials, but by making them, he discovered how much he enjoyed the process of teaching, empowering, and encouraging artists.