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Take A Deep Dive into the Technology Behind Winterland

Teton Gravity Research has spent the last 25 years pushing the limits not only of skiing and snowboarding but also re-defining what’s possible in action sports filmmaking. Since 1996, we’ve constantly evolved our approach to capturing what goes down in the mountains, starting with film cameras, and now evolving to a full-on outdoor studio approach using the latest technology available. This year, we have used this approach in two full-length ski and snowboard films Winterland and Roadless.

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Whether it’s using drones, high-end cinema cameras, POV cams, or stabilization technology like the vehicle-mounted GSS, the TGR production team has found ways to create shots that were never thought possible before. It’s often a challenge to stay as mobile as possible to reach far and deep into the mountains, but modern tech has allowed us to do this. Check out some of the camera gear TGR uses in the latest episode of Inside Winterland.  

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TGR Optics Has Launched – Preorder Goggles Now
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TGR Optics Has Launched – Preorder Goggles Now

TGR Optics Has Launched – Preorder Goggles Now

With years of expertise working with the finest Zeiss camera optics in the world, pushing the limits of sport in the most extreme environments on the planet, Teton Gravity Research is stoked to announce the arrival of TGR Optics – a line of our very own premium goggles. Tested by TGR's athletes and crew, TGR Optics have been subjected to the most extreme conditions by the best athletes in the world. These state-of-the-art ski and snowboard goggles feature Sonar Lens technology designed in

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Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Reviews his Atomic Skis and Boots
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Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Reviews his Atomic Skis and Boots

Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Reviews his Atomic Skis and Boots

Last winter, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa returned to true form shredding huge lines from British Columbia to Norway, and many places in between. When it comes to deciding what he straps on his feet for those descents, Sage chooses Atomic skis – namely the backcountry freeride-oriented Backland 107 and 117 skis and the Hawx XTD 130 boots. These tools come from years of development, refining materials, shapes, and ride characteristics to arrive at what Sage calls the best skis and boots he

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Gondolas Coming to a Population Center Near You!
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Gondola and ski lift manufacturer Doppelmayr has just pitched using their transportation solutions to create urban cable cars in rapidly growing cities. RELATED: Squaw Valley - Alpine Meadows Base-to-Base Gondola Approved As global population swells and concentrates in urban areas, Doppelmayr believes that its gondolas provide an eco-friendly and economically beneficial way to complement existing subway, bus, and train services. Additionally, gondolas can bridge natural obstacles much more