Siliwood

Siliwood

(jargon)
(Or "Hollywired") The coming convergence of film, interactive TV and computers.
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The centre, named SiliWood, supports the growing interest of brands and agencies in potential industry developments generated by the crossover between the media industry and Hollywood.
SiliWood a term coined in the 1990's to describe an area around LA and the convergence between Silicon Valley and Hollywood has, with the inclusion of Big Data, become one of the most exciting areas to work for brands and agencies.
Hollywood meets Silicon Valley in a new industrial suburb dubbed Siliwood.
Advances elsewhere in Siliwood have been just as spectacular.
or maybe they are, somewhere else, in Siliwood, in the techno-burbs, in the snazzier wedge-edges of commercial entertainment or design or research or something.
A new media guru and Internet pioneer, Jay Samit is considered the godfather of Siliwood (the intersection of Silicon Valley and Hollywood).
Hollywood executives have learned that in the Siliwood marriage, they are not always going to be the head of the household.
NASDAQ/BBS:SLWC) has elected to change its name from Siliwood to New Visual Entertainment Inc.
The former name, Siliwood, was originally inspired by the convergence of the technology associated with Silicon Valley and the content industry of Hollywood, but has consistently presented a barrier to understanding the business of the company, which is holographic, three-dimensional entertainment for theater venue and in-home mass markets,'' said Phil Kueber, chief executive officer of the former Siliwood.
Under the merger agreement, Siliwood assets will be approximately $11 million, with $3.
In exchange for all 3D rights, Siliwood has contributed to the funding of the AT&T-underwritten series.
Stereographics"), whereby Stereographics will manufacture electronic three-dimensional ("3-D") viewing glasses with full television and computer monitor compatibility for Siliwood.