12.18.2003 12:00 AM
Snell and Wilcox Upconvert Frank
New York visual effects facility Guava used the Alchemist Platinum Ph.C standards converter from Snell and Wilcox in changing the timing of vintagte damaged video footage to look visually comparable to 35 mm film for the theatrical production of "Sinatra: His Voice. His World. His Way." The show employed projection technology on large movable panels to create life-like 3D images of Sinatra performing on stage, with the footage projected at up to 60 ft.


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