Monthly Archives: September 2018

Is a Direct-View Cinema Display Coming to Theater Near You?

Abstract:   After more then 100 years of using projectors for the cinema experience, it’s now possible to use direct-view displays, such as an LED panel, in the theater.  These emissive displays provide the potential for breathtaking high dynamic range images. 

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Displays using microLEDs fabricated directly on metal foil

Abstract: iBeam Materials has developed a unique approach to fabricating GaN-based LEDs directly on a flexible metal foil, a process we call GaN-on-Metal. This enables scaled up processing for LED devices, going from fabrication of wafers of six inches, as currently

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Scalable, Real-Time Lightfield Rendering

Abstract:  Holochip is developing a lightfield processing unit (LfPU) and Field of Light display (FoLD) system for real-time synthetic lightfield rendering. All existing FoLD rendering methods face issues of significant processing and image data transmission requirements. Holochip has developed two

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Enabling the Heterogeneous Display Environment

Abstract: Multi-view rendering is the process of generating all the perspective views present in the projection of a scene regardless of viewer position. This can require 1,000s of views to be rendered per update for a light-field display and binds the

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Cinema technology developing the cinema’s offer in the face of external forces

Abstract:  The Pandora’s box of technology in cinemas is well and truly opened after a century of relative stability. The digitisation of cinema projection has widened out into other parts of the cinema experience, such as 3D, immersive sound, the

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Updates on Development of An Open Streaming Media Standard for Field of Light Displays (SMFoLD)

Abstract: Material will be presented on developing a display agnostic streaming media standard for transmission of 3D Frames to Field of Light/Light Field Displays. The frame should be usable/renderable on any type of 2D or 3D display that is compliant with

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HDR on the big screen

Abstract: The best image belongs on the big screen and with improved colors and contrast, cinema can once again be the undisputed go-to venue for immersive story-telling and blockbuster releases. There are active efforts and early rollouts of display solutions for

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The Future of Video

Abstract: For most of the history of television we’ve had a number of well-defined characteristics for a display device.  Yes there were changes when we went from standard definition (SD) to high definition (HD), but all display devices were expected to

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Challenges in Measuring Large-Format Screens for Brightness and Color Calibration

Abstract: A significant challenge in the manufacture and development of large display screens—like those used in cinema, outdoor displays, event centers, retail, and other large-format applications—is to achieve uniform luminance and color at a size and scale where variation is

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It’s time to evaluate adding primary color channels to cameras and displays

Abstract:  Various RGB color systems have served the marketplace well for more than 50 years. However, RGB is really the minimum number of primaries for a high quality color display, not the optimal choice. While the number of spatial pixels has

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