“State of Electronics” Trailer

State of Electronics – Trailer from karl von moller on Vimeo.

After several months of researching, interviewing and filming, I’m excited to present the first public Trailer to my new Documentary “State of Electronics” – A discussion on the Electronics Industry in Australia. Even though the documentary is focused on Australian Electronics Design and Manufacture, much of it applies to all countries from around the world.

The discussion is focused initially on the world of Hobby Electronics and how it’s decline could effect the Electronics Industry in the future. The Documentary then discusses many issues that face industry including the issue of “Repair and Recycle”, “Education”, “Surface Mount Technology”, “Globalisation”, “Opportunities” and many many more off the cuff & candid comments from Industry professionals.

The Documentary features interviews with famous Australians and Industry professionals including Dick Smith, Dave L Jones, Doug Ford, Leo Simpson, Grant Petty, Matthew Pryor, Jonathan Oxer, Andy Gelme, Andrew Griffiths, Eugene Ruffolo & Bill Petreski. In the future, I am planning to interview just a few more before the final release of the Documentary soon.

Please visit www.karlvonmoller.com for more on the progress and information on “State of Electronics”

Shot completely on the Canon 5DMK2, using the Zoom H4N Audio recorder. Directed, Edited and shot by Karl von Moller, this version of the trailer is largely ungraded and only has an FCP sound mix applied. Music track is composed by Karl von Moller also. Enjoy!

This just came to me by way of Dave Jones of the EEVBlog. The shots of the electronics store aisles remind me of HSC Electronics in Santa Clara, CA! Check it out!

One thought on ““State of Electronics” Trailer”

  1. I’m really looking forward to this. I’m hoping it inspires someone with the talent and equipment to do something similar here in the US. Perhaps if people realized how accessible electronics is (if you’re willing to give up video game and tv time, anyhow) it would truly spread. I dream of a day when they’ll have to expand the ITU namespace (ok, maybe that’s a bit much).

    Excellent use of tags! 🙂

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