SMPTE April Webcasts

Credentialed press are welcome to join any SMPTE® webcast. Members of the media must contact Aimée Ricca at aimeericca@smpte.org to register.

SID (Society for Information Display) Webcast — Free and Open to All

TITLE: 2019 Display Trends and Hot Display Apps
http://www.smpte.org/webcasts/sid-mar-2019-display-trends-hot-display-apps

SPEAKER: Sri Peruvemba, SMPTE Board Member and Chair of Marketing of SID

WHEN: Tuesday, April 9, 1 p.m. EST

According to analyst firm Research And Markets, the global display market was valued at $115.6 billion in 2017 and is projected to reach $206.29 billion by 2025, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.4% from 2018 to 2025. This webcast will focus on exciting 2019 display trends and hot display apps. Some of the trends covered will include AR, VR, and mixed reality, as well as bendable, foldable, and rollable displays. And you’ll learn about cool apps for e-paper, e-tablets, smart surfaces, TV, smartphones, digital signage, and wearables.

SID Webcasts are free and open to all.

Link to Photos: www.wallstcom.com/SMPTE/SMPTE-SriPeruvemba.jpg
Photo Description: Sri Peruvemba Head Shot

Essential Technology Concepts Webcast — Free and Open to All

TITLE: Electronic Camera and Display Fundamentals — From Light to Code Values and From Code Values to Light!
https://www.smpte.org/education/webcasts/electronic-camera-display-fundamentals

SPEAKER: Ricardo Figueroa, Associate Professor and Chair for the Motion Picture Science Program at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)

WHEN: Thursday, April 18, 1 p.m. EST

In this webcast, we will discuss the basic technical concepts that describe how electronic cameras and electronic displays work. We will describe the journey light takes from a scene to the electronic sensor inside a camera and back out to light on an electronic display. Have you ever wondered how light gets converted into an electronic signal? What a pixel code value really is? What that pixel code value represents, and how it is converted back to light on a display? What the acronyms CCD, CMOS, LCD, DLP, and OLED mean? If you have wondered these things, make sure to join us for this webcast. We’ll answer these and many other questions regarding basic concepts about electronic cameras and displays.

Essential Technology Concepts Webcasts are free and open to all.

Link to Photos: www.wallstcom.com/SMPTE/SMPTE-Ricardo-Figueroa.jpg
Photo Description: Ricardo Figueroa Head Shot

Monthly Technology Webcast — Open to SMPTE Members

TITLE: New Criteria to Measure HDR Image Quality
https://www.smpte.org/webcasts/measure-hdr-image

SPEAKER: Pierre (Pete) Hugues Routhier, Eng., M.Eng., former Aerospace Engineer, Advanced Imaging Technologies Specialist, and Author of “A Digital Troublemaker Guide to HDR”

WHEN: Thursday, April 25, 1 p.m. EST

The high-dynamic-range (HDR) image container is much wider than classic HDTV and DCI containers, allowing content creators to display much more luminance information than previously possible. Does content take advantage of this new format? It depends on many factors, including the conditions in which the content is shot. In this SMPTE Technology Series webcast, image specialist Pierre (Pete) Hugues Routhier suggests four criteria to determine whether images take full advantage of HDR and how to apply those criteria to a variety of asset types, such as sports, talk shows, dramatic series, and movies, to help assess their potential to amaze viewers with HDR.

SMPTE Technology Webcasts are complimentary to SMPTE Members. Attend this webcast for free by joining SMPTE today.

Link to Photos: www.wallstcom.com/SMPTE/SMPTE-PeteRouthier.jpg
Photo Description: Pierre (Pete) Hugues Routhier Head Shot

SMPTE Events and Section Meetings

SMPTE Section meetings around the world are open, and credentialed members of the press are encouraged to attend. Members of the media must contact Aimée Ricca at aimeericca@smpte.org for registration.

Date
Section Location & Link
Topic / Event

April 15
Atlanta
NAB Wrap-up Dinner and Presentation
https://www.smpte.org/sections/atlanta

April 16
Toronto
NAB Wrap-up
https://www.smpte.org/sections/toronto

April 27
Hollywood
Media Tech Career Conference
https://www.smpte.org/sections/hollywood-section?utm_source=SMPTE%2FHPA+Email+Subscriber+List&utm_campaign=e849c7b515-Monthly_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_08becf377a-e849c7b515-267593769&ct=t(EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_6_22_2018_13_16_COPY_01)&goal=0_08becf377a-e849c7b515-267593769&mc_cid=e849c7b515&mc_eid=5de70815bd

May 1
United Kingdom
Meeting – Advances in Colour Science
https://www.smpte.org/sections/united-kingdom

May 14
Toronto
AI/Machine Learning – Practical Use Cases in Media and Entertainment
https://www.smpte.org/sections/toronto

June 4-5
Montréal/ Québec/ Ottawa
Bootcamp 2019
https://www.smpte.org/sections/montreal-quebec/bootcamp-2019

June 18-19
Hong Kong
ConnecTechAsia Summit
https://www.smpte-hk.org/

July 17-19
Australia
METExpo Conference
https://www.metexpo.com.au/

Aug. 14
Montréal/ Québec
Golf Tournament
https://www.smpte.org/sections/montreal-quebec/tournoi-de-golf

Link to Word Doc: www.wallstcom.com/SMPTE/190404SMPTE.docx