Tag Archives: cinema

QLED and Advanced Display Summit Announced

With the support of Samsung Electronics, Insight Media is again organizing a technology symposium in West Hollywood called the QLED and Advanced Summit Conference. The event will take place June 27-28 at The London West Hollywood. Five sessions are being organized: 8K Quantum Dots Display and Mastering Tools HDR Cinema microLEDs Speakers from Samsung and […]

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HTM (Hybrid Tone Mapping) Technology White Paper Now Available

Ymagis Group and Eclair are thrilled to publish a White Paper on the new HTM (Hybrid Tone Mapping) technology, which enables the optimized storage of two or more versions – SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) and HDR (High Dynamic Range) – of a same feature film in a single SMPTE-compliant (Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers) […]

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Samsung Launches First U.S. LED Cinema Screen along with Post Production Facility

I had a chance to visit the first U.S.-based post production facility and commercial theaters in Los Angeles just prior to CinemaCon – both featuring Samsung’s LED technology. These are important milestones for Samsung and the visit highlighted the potential for the technology. It also highlighted the need to develop an HDR cinema solution acceptable […]

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Christie Taking RGB Laser Projection to Mainstream Cinemas

One of the more interesting pieces of news coming from CineEurope this week was the European debut of Christie’s CP-4325 digital cinema projector. This is the company’s first standalone RGB laser projector that it plans to offer for mainstream theatrical projection – not just the Premium Large Format (PLF) part of the market where RGB […]

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Creating Derivatives from the 4K/120/3D “Billy Lynn” Master

That was the topic of discussion I had with Ben Gervais, the technical supervisor on “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk”, a film directed by Ang Lee and captured in 3D, 120 frames per second and 4K resolution. But the film will only be shown in this format on a few select screens, so for more […]

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2015 Report on NAB and Technology Summit on Cinema Available

Insight Media and Meko analysts attended the 2015 Technology Summit on Cinema and NAB events in Las Vegas recently.  This new report covers much of the leading edge news from these two shows.  The nearly 50-page report is available now for $199.  It includes many original by-lined news an analysis articles and links to video […]

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Neuroscience Altering the Way Moving Images are Produced

One of the human factors that has always been extremely relevant to display technology is the way that images are  perceived in the brain. In addition to the art and technology of producing static and moving pictures, the neuroscience of perception has slowly caught up in film and video production. Recent studies, however, may accelerate […]

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