*Agenda is subject to change*
|LIPA / COMMITTEE UPDATES|
|Welcome & Chairman’s Annual Review||Goran Stojmenovik, LIPA / Barco|
|LIPA Membership Update||Bill Beck, LIPA / BTM & Anabel Martinez, LIPA|
|Communications Chair and Committee Update||Mark Roslon, LIPA / Epson Bill Beck, LIPA / BTM||Mark Roslon, Director Product Management, North America is responsible for Epson’s commercial projector and augmented reality businesses, including strategy, planning, roadmap, Go-to-Market, and lifecycle management. Mark joined Epson in 2010 and led the Strategy and Market Analytics group before moving into Product Management, initially with responsibility for point-of-sale solutions in Latin America followed by leadership of the scanner, consumables, and consumer SW/UX product lines in North America. His prior experience includes management consulting and product engineering. Mark holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management.|
Bill Beck, Highly accomplished photonics visionary with proven start-up, general management, and technology marketing experience. Driving force behind the acceptance of laser illumination by the Digital Cinema market. Pioneer in both solid-state laser illumination and specialty fiberoptics.
|Regulatory Business Committee Update||Goran Stojmenovik, LIPA / Barco|
|Regulatory Keynote||Dr. Karl Schulmeister, Seibersdorf Labor GmbH||Karl Schulmeister holds a Ph.D. in biophysics on modelling of the risk for laser induced retinal injury. Karl is a consultant on laser and lamp product safety at the Seibersdorf Laboratories in Austria with 25 years experience. He was project leader for the latest edition of the international laser safety standard IEC 60825-1 and the recent European amendment. Over the last ten years, his group developed a computer model to predict injury thresholds for the retina, which was used to support the 1 meter testing distance in IEC 62471-5 for projectors. Karl has been serving as consultant for LIPA since 2013.|
|Cinema’s road to recovery and how laser technology can help||David Hancock OMDIA||David is a leading expert on the global film and cinema market, and played a fundamental role in the conversion of cinemas to digital projection and distribution technology over the past decade, both in his OMDIA (formerly IHS Markit and Screen Digest) role and as Board Member and currently elected President of the European Digital Cinema Forum.|
|Cinema Roundtable Discussion – LIPA + UNIC + EDCF||Panelist from LIPA: Tom Bert, Barco/ Mike Perkins, Christie/ Reiner Doetzkies, NEC Invited: Jan Rasmussen, NordiskFilm,UNIC/ Wout Vander Elst, CinemaNext Topics: Market update; HDR; RGB vs.LaPh; 3D; Energy cost impact|
|Presentation for LIPA 2022||Shinya Matsuda|
|New Light Source Packaging Technology||SeikoEpson, (to be announced)|
|New Light Steering and HDR Specifications||Tom Bert, Barco||The pandemic has been disruptive for the cinema market in many ways; but it has also spurred an increased interest in differentiating formats. High Dynamic Range (HDR) projection is an opportunity which has many eyeballs on it: both from studios, creatives, exhibitors, manufacturers and movie-goers. In this presentation we go more indepth in where this comes from, the forces at work and what needs to happen in order to make it a true success in cinema.||Tom Bert (°1979) joined Barco in 2006. After initial roles in research & innovation, he moved to the cinema department in 2010 where he worked in Product Marketing and Product Management. Since 2021 he heads up the Product team, overlooking the portfolio of projectors, servers, audio and the software suite around it. He holds an Ph.D. from Ghent University and an MBA from the Vlerick Business School. He is a board member of the European Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) and of the Digital Subcommittee of SAWA, the Global Cinema Advertising Association.|
|Light Engine of 4K Laser TV Based on Laser Phosphor||Zuqiang Guo, Appotronics||The development and performance improvement of light engine for 4K laser TV, like luminance, color gamut, contrast and so on|
Description of myself: As the leader of laser light engine R&D department of Appotronics, I’v been worked in the area of laser phosphor for about 10 years. I’v developed several series of laser light engine, like laser light source for digital cinema, light engine of laser TV and pico projector.
|Go Big with Laser Display in Home||Mike Liu Peng, ForMovie||The slides still include that China’s laser display industry has achieved great advances in the past few years to possess a number of patents and a group of leading enterprises. As a representative brand of laser intelligent projector, Formovie`s product feature the use of advanced laser technology developed by Appotronics. Featuring high luminance and low costs, it is leading a new generation of laser display technologies, and promote the laser popularization of home projection.|
|Lumen Metrology Working Group Update and Discussion||Mark Roslon and Bill Beck, LIPA / LMWG|
|BLUE SKY – FUTURE VIEW|
|Lasers for Entertainment Lighting||Alberto Alfier, Osram-Claypaky||Alberto Alfier is head of Innovation in ClayPaky, a subsidiary of ams-OSRAM and global leader in Entertainment.|
After 8 years spent as an accredited researcher in Laser Photonics applied to Plasma Science, he joined Osram & the world of illumination growing his lighting competences in R&D departments. He worked on professional and industrial products, e.g. streetlighting, horticultural, UV sanification, then embracing entertainment market in 2015 when OSRAM acquired ClayPaky. Here he focused his expertise in photonics to sustain and innovate ClayPaky product portfolio through technology roadmaps harmonized with continuous customer and technology market explorations.
|Keynote: DVLED Update – Progress & Challenges||Pete Ludé, Mission Rock Digital / LIPA Co-founder||Within the last few years, a new display technology has established a toehold is several market applications currently dominated by laser illuminated projectors. Direct-View LED (DVLED) technology allows the projector and screen to be replaced with a direct emissive display surface, thereby providing some unique advantages, while introducing new challenges. DVLED’s are now being used in several trial locations for digital cinema, and adoption is expected to increase in the next few years. Although DVLED will not replace LIPs any time soon, this presentation will review the current progress in adoption, potential customer benefits and the key technical issues being addressed.||Pete Ludé is prominent engineering consultant in advanced imaging and sound. He serves at CTO of Mission Rock Digital, a San Francisco-based engineering firm specializing in next-generation media including cinema display technology, virtual production, immersive sound, and interchange pipelines for plenoptic (light field) imaging. Ludé is past president of SMPTE, and a SMPTE fellow. He currently serves as co-chair of the ASC Plenoptic Imaging committee, Chairman of IDEA – the Immersive Digital Experiences Alliance, and is a frequent speaker on the future of cinema, volumetric imaging systems and advanced display technology.|
|4:30 PM||Q&A/Wrap Up|
|4:45 PM||Depart for Guided Tour and Dinner at 4:45 Sharp|