Recent Posts tagged with convergence

TranSPORT: Broadcast, IT Continue To Converge in Remote-Production Compounds

Production compounds for major events like the Super Bowl and the NBA and MLB All-Star Games have mutated into sprawling, multisite setups that often feature a dozen or so mobile units and require hundreds of thousands of feet of cable. As a result, remote-production teams are developing new, high-efficiency technologies that cut down on everything […]  More

Venue Technology Summit: In the IP Era, Convergence Is King

With its center-hung scoreboard and hundreds of LED screens, Barclays Center boasts nearly 8,000 sq. ft. of surface space for video — and that’s not counting the myriad mobile devices that come through its doors each night. From video-production teams to IT professionals and everyone in between, it takes an army to produce and distribute […]  More

NAB Perspectives: 3ality Digital’s Schklair on Game-Changing 3D

3ality Digital has spent years attempting to automate 3D camera convergence and alignment, and, at the 2011 NAB Show, the company has unveiled the fruits of that labor. 3ality is showcasing a new suite of technologies, dubbed the 3space line, which will provide automation and flexibility in the 3D-production chain. In turn, that automation is […]  More

How Different Is 3D?

When you watch a televised advertisement for an automobile, do you fear there’s a moving car in the room with you? I didn’t think so. But more on that later. This post is about human perception of 3D imagery. It’s also about how we see moving images in general and about color, sound, carsickness, and […]  More

The Other Three Dimensions of 3DTV

3DTV suggests that the three Ds are the dimensions of height, width, and depth.  But there are three other linear dimensions that might be worth considering: pupillary distance, viewing distance, and screen size. Here’s a generic diagram of binocular vision, looking down.  The observer’s eyes are at either end of the short base of the […]  More

Panasonic 3D Camcorder: Show Us the Money

In the 3D-in-the-Home “supersession” at next week’s HPA Tech Retreat, one presentation is titled “Are You Nuts?”  I thought of that at today’s Panasonic pre-NAB press conference. Let me emphasize from the outset that I was not thinking about Panasonic in the “nuts” category.  As best I could tell, no one from the company lied, which […]  More

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