The U.K.-based art team of Chris Helson and Sarah Jackets has developed a technology to enable 360-degree viewing of an image, as part of their art exhibit called “Help Me Obi.”
When 4K started gaining traction as a production format a couple years ago, 4K monitors were scarce and expensive, but prices are declining and availability is rising… rapidly.
Cameras get all the attention, but good audio can make the difference between an average video production and a great video production.
At IBC 2014, General Dynamics Mediaware will highlight its portfolio of compressed-domain products targeted at broadcasters, video providers and media companies.
The HDE-HVC-PRO MPEG-2 SD/HD professional series encoder is designed to deliver improved motion optimization for fast-paced programming, including live sports events.
Broadcast Engineering magazine was a long-time favorite of mine, with articles that challenged me to learn more about video technology, and advertising that was often as educational as the articles.
“Adding more viewing options creates more overall viewing, and therefore more available video ad opportunities.”
It doesn’t take long working out in the field to learn that just about everyone has a different definition of what constitutes “the field.”
The first time a new acquisition format appears at the NAB Show, it draws a crowd of curious onlookers.
For many broadcasters, live news operations are the most important feature of their local service—exactly the reason why the FCC granted them licenses in the first place.
Expensive and complicated, automation and asset management systems used to be the domain of the wealthiest and most forward-thinking operations.
Test and measurement equipment continues to evolve in the new world of IP, streaming and over-the-top video.
On Feb. 11 at 2:33 p.m. local time, TV station KRTV in Great Falls, Mont., saw zombies take over the broadcast in the middle of the “Steve Wilkos Show.”
In one l-o-n-g drop on Oct. 14, Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner proved that a man in a spacesuit could fall safely back to Earth from more than 24 miles high.
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