[opendtv] Re: HPA Technology Retreat early registration ends today

  • From: Mark Schubin <TVMark@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Multiple Addresses Suppressed <tvmark@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 13:24:59 -0500

A bit more:

All of these organizations are already confirmed for the technology-demonstration room (where Panasonic once introduced the Varicam, Sony introduced HDCAM SR, ILM/Lucas Digital showed the camera-attitude sensor used in the "Star Wars" movies, etc.):

Alioscopy, Apple, Aspera, Bright Systems, Cine-tal, Cinegy, Cinnafilm, Codex Digital, Digital Film Technology, Digital Vision, Dolby, DVS, EBU, FilmLight, Fortium Technologies, Frauhofer IIS, Front Porch Digital, Fujinon, Grass Valley, Image Essence, Integrated Media Technologies, Interactive Effects, intopix, JMR Electronics, JVC, Lasergraphics, Mesoft, MTI Film, NVision/Miranda, Omneon, OmniTek, Panasonic, Panavision, Pandora, Philips, Qube Cinema, S.two, Sarnoff, ShowMgr.com, Silk Software, Skymicro, SmartJog, Snell & Wilcox, Sony, Talon Data Systems, TC Electronic, TDVision, Tektronix, Telecast Fiber, The Pixel Farm, Thomson, THX, Video Clarity, XDT, and XVD

More are pending.

Happy New Year!

TTFN,
Mark


Mark Schubin wrote:
Might as well save money AND get a 2008 business-expense tax deduction by registering today.

Check out the latest version of the program here:
http://www.hpaonline.com/mc/page.do?sitePageId=62874&orgId=hopa

It's greatly expanded. Many of the 54 breakfast roundtables -- covering everything from anti-theft metadata to stereoscopic gaming -- were added recently. Other recent additions include test results of different concatenated studio/distribution compression systems, presented by Dr. Hans Hoffmann, program manager of the European Broadcasting Union's EBU Technical.

Don't regret your decision for the rest of your life (or at least the next year)! Register today!
http://www.hpaonline.com/mc/page.do?sitePageId=79232&orgId=hopa

TTFN,
Mark




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