Digital Air's technology development and production services are managed by Dayton Taylor and Helen Cheng. In 2007 Dayton received the Saxby Award for achievement in the field of three-dimensional imaging from the Royal Photographic Society in London. Dayton's original prototype sixty lens Timetrack™ film camera is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington, DC.
For over 25 years Digital Air has provided custom-made camera array systems on hundreds of television commercials, films, and event installations around the world.
Timetrack™ camera test photographed by cinematographer David Tumblety in 1994.