Recent Posts tagged with Mark Schubin

Schubin Cafe: Six Centuries of Opera and Media Technology in New York

Electronic home entertainment was invented in New York City for opera; so were headphones. The first compatible-color television program seen at home was opera in New York; so was the first bootleg recording. New York’s media technologies for opera date back to the 16th century and in the 21st century include dynamic video warping with […]  More

Register Now for Mark Schubin Free Webinar: ‘An Eclectic View of IBC 2014’

Registration is now open for tech guru Mark Schubin’s latest Webinar entitled ‘An Eclectic View of IBC 2014’ on Wednesday, Oct 30, 2014 12:00 p.m. EDT. On exhibit floors that had products ranging from 8K cameras to automatic captioning, why were many visitors excited about Skype? At a conference where the title of one presentation began […]  More

Mark Schubin Takes Philosophical Look at NAB 2014 in Webinar

On May 20, the Sports Video Group hosted a webinar with Mark Schubin entitled “A Philosophical Look at NAB 2014.” During the webinar, Schubin discussed how the 2014 NAB Show seemed to be a social-media, IP-connected, 4K event. He looked at what was shown on the exhibit floor and put it into a larger context, […]  More

Register: Schubin Cafe Gazes Into the Future Beyond HD

Join multiple Emmy Award-winning SMPTE Fellow Mark Schubin for a look at what’s what in the possible futures beyond HD. This free webinar, Beyond HD: Resolution, Frame-Rate, and Dynamic Range, will take place on Thurs., Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. ET. Proponents of HDTV are pushing 4K and 8K resolution, higher frame rates, and high […]  More

Schubin: The Holy Grail of 3D Is Not Yet in Reach

At SVG’s 3D & Beyond Summit on May 25 at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York, SMPTE Fellow Mark Schubin offered his take on alternatives to the two-camera/lens rigs that are the current standard in 3D production. Although many alternatives exist in the marketplace, he explained, none of them reach his multifaceted 3D Holy […]  More

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