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Preliminary Sessions:

Preliminary Symposium Sessions being considered include:

  • Better Pixels – Developments and prospects of efforts to offer solutions with high dynamic range, expanded color gamut, higher frame rates and more resolution
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality – Developments and prospects of efforts to offer solutions in VR and AR for professional use
  • Acquisition – 6K, 8K, 360-degree, 3D
  • Image Generation – 3D scanning, game engines, GPUs, CPUs advancements for computer generated content
  • Digital Cinema – evolution of Digital Cinema 2.0, all laser and laser phosphor updates, HDR, alternative technologies to projection, Leveraging theatrical to home cinemas trend; DC in China
  • Color accuracy and wide color gamut displays
  • Distribution – increasing bandwidth, multiplexing, multi-cable, compression – which way to go?
  • Digital Signage – thin bezel LCDs, fine pitch LED, 3D, HDR, wide color
  • Display Components – screens, lasers, LED, engines, optics, BLUs

Display Summit will also seek to develop unique demonstrations that offer never-before scene demo and side-by-side comparisons.

Ideas open for discussion with potential industry participants include:

  • Live 360-degree video capture to VR headset
  • High dynamic range – projectors and flat panels compare normal and high dynamic range images
  • Wide color gamut – side by side with flat panels and projectors tuned to 2020, P3 and rec 709 color space
  • High frame rate – flat panels and projectors running same content at 60, 120 and 240 frames per second
  • 4K pixel – native 4K vs. time shifting (e-shift) 1080 projectors to create 4K image
  • 4K Distribution: Vendors show various combinations of more cables, multiplexing features and compression
  • LED vs.LCD -a side by side comparison between a 1mm LED monitor and a high-brightness large scale LCD video wall panels


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