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ITU’s New HDR-TV Standard

11 August 2016 | Roger Douglas | Industry News
ITU’s New HDR-TV Standard ITU announces its new standard for High Dynamic Range TV. ITU's Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) developed the standard in collaboration with experts from the television industry, broadcasting organizations and regulatory institutions in its Study Continue reading...

InfoComm 2016 rAVe Best of Show

10 August 2016 | rAVe USA | Industry News
InfoComm 2016 rAVe Best of Show This year at InfoComm, rAVe USA shot more than 1650 new product videos, recorded more than 60 podcasts, debuted rAVe [TV] with more than 40 new TV show (featuring one-on-one interviews with rAVe’s very own Joel Rollins), took more than 300 show floor ph Continue reading...

Macom Will Open a Media Technology Lab

10 August 2016 | Bob Snyder | Industry News
Macom Will Open a Media Technology Lab A new macom LAB will opens in autumn 2016 near Stuttgart to provide a realistic environment for the development, planning and testing of audiovisual media technology and collaboration solutions. As an independent engineering expert for audiovisual Continue reading...

Facebook Builds an Open 3D-360 Video Capture System to Share

09 July 2016 | Bob Snyder | Industry News
Facebook Builds an Open 3D-360 Video Capture System to Share Facebook designed and built a durable, high-quality 3D-360 video capture system—and they are sharing it. Why? Facebook wants to create a pro end-to-end system to capture, edit, and render high-quality 3D-360 video. They expect this contributes to Continue reading...

Nanoco: EU Should Not Extend Use of Toxic Cadmium in Displays

09 July 2016 | Bob Snyder | Industry News
Nanoco: EU Should Not Extend Use of Toxic Cadmium in Displays Cadmium is one of six highly toxic substances banned from use in Europe in electrical and electronic equipment by a 12-year old RoHS Directive. Yet currently displays and lighting are exempt from this ban. In May 2015, the European Parliament voted Continue reading...

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