The Atomic Bomb comes to the iPAD
"How To Photograph an Atomic Bomb" the book is now available in
The Atomic Bomb comes to the iPad with an app based on the best selling book
entitled "How To Photograph an Atomic Bomb." A visually rich and compelling
documentation combining awe-inspiring photography and fascinating technical detail,
with special features only available for the iPad. The app features amazing, high
resolution videos that can be played back and forth by the user to see what happens
frame by frame during the explosion of an atomiic Bomb.
The book has been receiving a lot of press coverage lately, thanks to Bill Broad, the
science editor for the New York Times who wrote an article called the
Chroniclers." Coming soon, Pete talks about the book with npr radio.
How To Photograph an Atomic Bomb is a visually compelling documentation combining
awe-inspiring photography and fascinating technical detail about the stories and
techniques behind photography of the bomb.
Author Peter Kuran's engrossing and powerful arrangement of these complex photographic
techniques long with astonishing photographs themselves creates an intriguing
intersection at which the viewpoint of the casual observer becomes one of insightful
How to Photograph an Atomic Bomb comes to the iPAD - Press Release
Trinity & Beyond in High Definition
Trinity & Beyond - now available in HD and Blue Ray.
The HD version has appeared on Discovery HD Theater and most recently on HDnet here
in the US. The blu-ray version has the best restoration at the highest resolution.
And the most updated scenes. Originally transfered from a 35mm Interpositive to the
HD format, then converted to a 1920x1080, 23,976 progressive 10-bit uncompressed
digital master. For the blu-ray edition, filmmaker Peter Kuran returned to the
original 16 track audio master soundtrack to remix the tracks for the most optimum
sound experience. Also, included on the blu-ray version is a short H-Bomb montage in
In Trinity and Beyond,renowned special effects filmmaker Peter Kuran (Star Wars,
Star Trek II & V, Robocop) offers up amazing film footage chronicling the top secret,
strange, and visually compelling history of the design, production and testing of
Atomic Hydrogen bombs by the United States. Narrated by William Shatner (Boston Legal,
Star Trek), and an orchestral score performed by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra.
Trinity & Beyond features extremely rare film segments from top secret government
archives and startling footage of nuclear bomb tests conducted by Great Britain and
China, plus the largest atomic explosion ever created by Russia, and de-classified
U.S. footage released to the public.