Recent Posts tagged with SportsTechLA

SportsTechLA: Most Equipment Is 3D-Ready; Creative and Workflows Are Not

Networks can plan to produce all the 3D content in the world, but, without cameras, lenses, and production switchers to do the work, 3D sporting events will never make it to air. During the final panel of SVG’s SportsTechLA event, held Jan. 19 at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, representatives from […]  More

SportsTechLA: To Balance Flexibility With Efficiency, SMPTE Is Cautious on 3D Standards

Some of the biggest questions yet to be answered about 3D sports production relate to standardization: who sets the standards, what will they be, and will they be followed? At SVG’s SportsTechLA event, held Jan. 19 at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, answers began to form for some of those questions. […]  More

SportsTechLA: 3D Adoption Curve Likely To Outpace HD

Panasonic and Sony, with respective partners DirecTV and ESPN, will drive 3D into the home with 3D sports content beginning this June. The early believers in 3D sports have their work cut out for them, but, as they explained during a panel at SVG’s SportsTechLA event, held Jan. 19 at the University of Southern California’s […]  More

SportsTechLA: CEA Survey Says Sports In 3D Driver’s Seat

In December, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) held a quantitative online survey of 1,914 U.S. adults and derived a first look at whether 3D can become a viable home-entertainment technology. During SVG’s SportsTechLA event Jan. 19 at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, Shawn G. Dubravac, chief economist and director of research […]  More

SportsTechLA: 3ality Support of BSkyB Launch Proves 3D Broadcast Production Model

The launch of BSkyB’s dedicated 3D channel provided an opportunity for 3ality Digital Systems to prove that, with the right training and equipment, broadcasters can fill 3D channels in ways that are familiar to them in the 2D realm. During SVG’s SportsTechLA event, held Jan. 19 at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic […]  More

SportsTechLA: 3D Can Build Sports Audiences Once Craft Catches Up With Technology

More than 200 industry professionals filled the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts on Tuesday for SVG’s second-annual SportsTechLA event, Inside 3D Sports Production. Leading experts from across the industry discussed their plans for 3D, the challenge of 3D-production distribution standards, and what lies ahead in 2010. The event was sponsored by Bexel, […]  More

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