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iMove releases spherical video equipment
Localbusiness.com, December 13, 2000, August 2, 2000
A Portland Internet company hopes to provide the cure for voter apathy and low voter turnout. The company is called iMove and its changing the way you see pictures online.
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COMPANY HOPES TO CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT POLITICS
KGW-TV , July 26, 2000, August 2, 2000
A Portland Internet company hopes to provide the cure for voter apathy and low voter turnout. The company is called iMove and its changing the way you see pictures online.
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AGAIN, IMOVE IS INCLUDED IN THE DBUSINESS.COM LIST OF HOT GROWTH COMPANIES
dbusiness.com, July 13, 2000
Every quarter, dbusiness.com reporters and editors evaluate the hot growth companies in the region to find the ones worth watching. We're focused on the private and small- to mid-cap
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BUSINESSES UNITE FOR BIG PICTURE
The Oregonian, July 3, 2000
In June, Utour.com adopted iMove's Multiview Interactive Video technology, enabling Utour.com to immediately begin shooting events for the Internet with single and multiple video cameras and embedding text, audio and Web links into the finished videos.
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"IMOVE: PASSING CONTROL ON TO THE VIEWER"
dBusiness.com, April 19, 2000
iMove, Inc. is attracting eyes, dollars and beta testers thanks to video technology it says will revolutionize the way sports, news and e-commerce are presented on the Internet and interactive television.
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"EMERGING COMPANIES LEAD FIRST DBUSINESS 50"
dBusiness.com, April 3, 2000
iMove is included in the top 50 Portland-area businesses to watch.
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"VIDEO VR PROVIDES SPHERICAL IMAGES"
Digital Production News, February 28, 2000
Producers used Portland, Oregon-based iMove's panoramic (or spherical) video technology to deliver a realistic Grand Prix race to desktop computers. Gamers see everything from the cockpit of the extremely fast Ferrari 355.
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"IMOVE SWITCHING FOCUS TO NEW TECHNOLOGY"
dBusiness.com, February 18, 2000
To focus on developing a new interactive-camera technology, iMove, Inc. handed worldwide distribution rights for its plug-ins to Digimation Inc.
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