September 6, 2011
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Sony Corp will release a sheet that enables a notebook PC to display 3D images that can be viewed with the naked eye without using special glasses in Europe.
- The newly-developed sheet that realizes 3D images viewable with the naked eye
The company exhibited it at IFA 2011, the largest consumer electronics trade show in Europe, which runs from Sept 2, 2011, in Berlin, Germany. The sheet was developed for the “Vaio VPCSE1Z9E (S series),” a notebook PC that is equipped with a 15.5-inch color LCD panel and will be launched in Europe in October 2011. And it will be commercialized at the same time as the release of the notebook PC.
The sheet attached to a notebook PC. The face recognition function is seen at the upper left corner of the screen.
The size of the sheet is almost the same as that of a 15.5-inch LCD panel, and its thickness is about 3mm. It is attached to the front side of the notebook PC’s LCD panel. The naked-eye 3D display is realized based on the lenticular method, which creates parallax by arraying lenses that are thin and long and have a semicircular cross section.
The sheet will come with a dedicated application software that uses the Web camera of the notebook PC to determine the position of the user’s face and adjusts 3D images so that the user can see optimal 3D images at the position.
A human face can be detected when it is located at a distance of 30cm to 1m from the display and at an angle of 60 to 120° to the display horizontally. And, in consideration of the height of the face, the application optimizes 3D images. The sheet is priced at 129 euro (approx US$183)…visit source article.
July 29, 2011
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I got my start in the Entertainment Industry at Laser Pacific, during the Leon Silverman era. Under Leon, Laser Pacific developed Emmy award winning technologies which spurred innovation throughout the entire industry and beyond. Hopefully Technicolor can rekindle the spirit of innovation that Leon Silverman developed at Laser Pacific.
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Technicolor has been doing some shopping to dramatically boost its digital cinema business. The Paris-based company announced July 27 an agreement to acquire Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp.’s physical and electronic theatrical distribution assets, and on the same day announced the acquisition of LaserPacific’s postproduction assets.
The Cinedigm deal will grow Technicolor’s satellite presence by 40 percent, expanding it to over 1,100 locations in North America. Distribution assets, replication equipment, and at least 300 satellite roof rights are also included, among other things. Additionally, Technicolor will license some of Cinedigm’s key software and become its preferred partner for related post-production services…continue to original post.