Arcata Multimedia Services
Whether it is capturing video or photographs upside down while pulling 3 Gs from the back seat of an F-18, recording a public affairs event for the NASA Administrator, or developing a website to welcome squadrons coming to a Red Flag, Arcata multimedia specialists are experts in their respective mediums. Images captured by our photographers have been featured by Smithsonian Magazine, Aviation Week and Space Technology, and NASA social media, while our videographers have earned the coveted NASA Videographer of the Year Award multiple times for their incredible work. Our Multimedia Engineers have designed and implemented large screen displays for Mission Control Centers as well as integrated video distribution systems for test and training missions.
Arcata Multimedia Areas of Expertise
Imaging services that include products ranging from collages, large scale photographs, posters, and video.
Photo courtesy of NASA
Inflight Photography and Video Production
Arcata provides photographers that are certified to fly on-board aircraft in support of both photo and video documentation missions.
Audio and Video Technical Support
Board-level and component-level maintenance, mechanical adjustments, cable fabrication and installation, and other maintenance tasks as required.
Arcata's Multimedia Team put together this 75th Anniversary of Armstrong Flight Research Center video....
James Webb Space Telescope NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will launch in 2023. With this telescope, scientists will observe the formation of the first galaxies and explore the dust clouds where stars and planetary systems are forming today. The infrared...
https://youtu.be/lVzNdQOOyuA The NDL will be used on next generation lunar landers. This technology enables a lunar lander to track velocity and distance to the ground as it navigates to the ground. Arcata videographers and photographers captured test data...
Scientists are concerned about the depletion of the ozone layer as it protects humans from the sun’s radiation. This project studies how the updrafts of severe thunderstorms shooting through the stratosphere are impacting the earth’s ozone layer. Arcata...