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Archive for the 'Digital Cinema' Category
With partnerships with Dreamworks, Warner Brothers and more, Hewlett-Packard is promoting the Digital Media Platform to simplify production and reduce costs.
Apple and Adobe announce new HD editing packages – this rapid uptake of HD support means producers can now buy a professional HD desktop system for under $5000 (€4144).
DLP enables the digital manipulation of light and is central to Digital Cinema projects. Texas Instruments has now won an award for the use of DLP in rear-projection TV’s (PJTV).
Digital Cinema has long held a promise and with the purchase of Landmark Theatres, media owners, Marc Cuban and Todd Wagner could be the mavericks to trigger the film industry into action.
IBM have made a move to become involved with digital cinema (otherwise known as e-cinema or d-cinema) partnering with Kodak and bringing the operating system (OS) to the party. There’s been an underground excitement about d-cinema for a couple of years now but it’s been hampered by both the cost of the equipment and primarily by the industries inability to decide who should pay for the equipment.