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Display Components

The pieces and parts that make up displays are what creates the great – or not so great impression of the display.  There are obviously many components and technologies that go into a flat panel or projection solution.  In this

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Why Color Accuracy is Becoming More Important

Session Description: As the color gamut of new display solutions expands driven by new technologies like lasers, LEDs and quantum dots, different aspects of the human visual systems are changing the way we perceive images.  Historically, broad band sources like

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Wide Color Gamut Displays

Session Description: The UHD TV specification calls for a new wider color gamut called 2020.  This will enable to capture, processing and display of colors beyond what is possible with today’s HD TV standard, Rec. 709.  Cameras to capture this

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Trends in Large Format Displays

Presentation/Panel Session NEC Display Solutions Ben Hardy Panasonic Jim Noecker BUN Lyle Bunn Userful Tim Griffin Large Format Displays are finding increasing use as digital signage for a growing list of market segments, as well as in corporate, government, utilities,

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Breakthroughs in LED Illumination

Solid state lighting (SSL) of many kinds are rapidly vying to replace lamps as the source in projection solutions.  In the market today are: LED projectors RGB Laser projectors Laser-Phosphor projectors Hybrid (LED and laser) projectors Each SSL technology enables

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Trends in the Digital Cinema Market

The cinema has represented the highest quality movie experience for a long time, but can it maintain this dominance going forward? A lot of initiatives are currently underway to improve the image, the sound and the overall experience at the

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Status and Trends in High Dynamic Range

Session Description High Dynamic Range (HDR) is the ability to expand the contrast of an image and the display to increase the peak luminance while also creating darker black levels. The improvement over standard definition (SDR) content and displays is

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Augmented and Virtual Reality for Professional Use

Session Description Virtual Reality (VR) is a hot topic in the entertainment, consumer electronics and some professional vertical markets. Augmented Reality (AR) excitement is not far behind. With big investments by Facebook (Oculus), Google (Magic Leap), Samsung (GearVR), and Microsoft

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4K Distribution: More Cables? More Features? Compression? What is the right combination for your application?

Session Description 4K video content requires more bandwidth – a lot more bandwidth. A 4K (4096×2160), 4:4:4, 10-bit, 60 fps signal requires at least 16 Gbps, but dropping down to 4:2:2 color sampling brings the data rate to just over

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Userful – Tim Griffin

Tim Griffin, Co-founder, CTO, Userful Bio: Tim Griffin founded and has lead the R&D and product teams at Userful. Initially in their pioneering work in zero client computing which has lead to an install base of over 1 million screens

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