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Digital Cinema 2001 Conference Proceedings

By Floyd, Mary

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Book Id: WPLBN0000655353
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Digital Cinema 2001 Conference Proceedings  
Author: Floyd, Mary
Language: English
Subject: Technology., Reference materials, Technology and literature
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Excerpt: Charles Fenimore, Program Chair. Welcome to Digital Cinema 2001 Conference and Expo. The last year has seen a wave of new activity surrounding digital cinema. Many movies are being released digitally. There are conferences and shows addressing d-cinema on at least a monthly basis. International standards organizations such as SMPTE and MPEG have studied d-cinema and are beginning to set standards. Significantly, there have been several announcements and demonstrations of new technology supporting digital cinema, including new projectors, high capacity storage, and satellite delivery.

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Table of Contents Friday, January 12, 2001 Continental Breakfast (NIST Cafeteria) 7:30 ? 8:30 AM Sean Adkins, Vice President, Advanced Technologies, IMAX Corporation, Cinematic Image Quality - what is it and why does it matter? 8:30 AM Thomas MacCalla, Chief Operating Officer, Entertainment Technology Center, Testing D-cinema at ETC 9:00 AM Quality and Measurements for Digital Cinema Charles Fenimore, Digital Cinema Project, NIST, Quality Assessment for Digital Cinema: Test materials and Metrics for Compression 9:20 AM John M. Libert, Physical Scientist, Flat Panel Display Laboratory, NIST Video Quality Experts Group: Current Results and Future Directions 9:40 AM Morning BREAK 10:00 ? 10:30 AM Paul Breedlove, Digital Cinema Business Development Manager, Texas Instruments Digital Imaging, DLP Cinema? Field Demonstration Project: Relationship to Digital Cinema Quality and Measurements 10:30 AM Paul A. Boynton, Flat Panel Display Laboratory, NIST Tools and Diagnostics for Projection Display Metrology 10:50 AM John Roberts, Program Manager, Advanced Display Technology Lab, NIST/ITL DMD Characterization for Digital Cinema 11:10 AM Steve Mahrer, Manager, DTV Engineering Liaison, Panasonic BTS Format Conversion and Image Resolution 11:30 AM Steven W. Brown, Physicist, Optical Technology Division, NIST Calibration of Digital Imaging Systems Using Tunable Laser Sources 11:50 AM Digital Rights Management and Storage William E.Burr, Manager, Secure Technology Group, Computer Security Div., NIST, Digital Rights Management: How Much Can Cryptography Help? 12:20 PM David Sidman, CEO, Content Directions, Inc., The Digital Object Identifier 12:40 PM


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