Art & Photographic Image Collections - Cinemage provides
digital image production, hosting, and distribution services for artist, graphic designer, and art
connoiseurs with images securely stored in its digital vault. Images can be downloaded for web authoring or other digital uses, or purchased in the form of a high quality Giclee art reproduction.
|| Web Meeting
Content Supplier - of visual materials for guided instruction, art gallery or other tours, or reference materials for download and print. Serving a vertical niche in the web meeting market, Cinemage plans to integrate interactive web meeting technology with its content hosting engine to provide live tutorials, guided instruction and other "Webitorials".
| Historical and Cultural Collections
of Text, Documents and Images - for private or public use. The Cinemage Multi-media
Archiving System can be used to manage image, document, graphics
and many multimedia collections. It is currently used in institutional
Archiving Systems, stock photography e-commerce applications,
and Giclee Prints-On-Demand services.
|| Streaming Video Technology
For Cinematic Works - will be added to the
Cinemage hosting engine to include streaming video as a component of mixed media productions, or to provide cinematic delivery services for moving picture collections. Compressed for fast delivery, these can range from home movies to captured video to licensed feature films.
Vancouver, BC (15 Nov 07) -
Cinemage Investigates Green Energy - Cinemage Corporation wishes to advise that it is investigating business opportunities in the bionergy sector, in particular the use of "standing dead pine" to chip and use as feedstock for electrical power generation.........
Vancouver, BC (12 Dec 07) - Wood Gasification Technology For Green Energy Power Generation - is a new bioenergy technology that can utilize the "beetle kill" in Central British Columbia as feedstock to generate renewable electrical power and heat that is sustainable, green house gas neutral and cleans up the enormous damage created by the massive Mountain Pine Beetle infestation.........