Date: Thursday, September 28 from 6:30-8:30am PDT/9:30-11:30am EDT.
Wider Color Gamut / Volume – What is it, how to measure it, who needs it and why? How Laser-illumination enables the widest color gamut/volume projection.
As part of our ongoing mission to keep our members and Laser-Illuminated “ecosystem” up-to-date, LIPA has brought together an “All-Star” line-up of academic, creative and technology experts for a webinar on the topic of Wide Color Gamut/Volume, including 6 presentations by industry experts; a panel discussion and an extended Q&A period.
Speaker Lineup and Preliminary Program
- Dr. David Long – Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) – Director & Associate Professor | RIT MAGIC Center | MAGIC Spell Studios
- Dominic Glynn – Pixar – currently leading Pixar’s endeavors in High Dynamic Range (HDR) mastering and exhibition
- Daniele Siragusano – Filmlight – Colorist – “Natural images on wide gamut displays”
- Scott Miller – Dolby Labs (LIPA member – “Dolby Vision Projector – Wide Color Gamut”
- Mike Perkins – Christie Digital (LIPA member) – Principal Product Developer
- Joachim Zell – Barco (LIPA member) – Head of HDR Content Workflow
Each speaker will present his unique perspective on the topic, and then discuss the interaction of HVS, Creative, and Display device considerations. Our goal is to both develop a common understanding of the science, metrology and data presentation on which to discuss the details and priorities of what the creative community needs. All of our speakers have direct, personal experience with the benefits and challenges of Laser-enabled, wide color gamut/volume displays.
Topics covered will include: HVS considerations, terminology, definitions, metrology, data presentation; Standards; Cinematography, Post Production, multiple display types and their challenges; importance of gamut and “volume” (luminance); dark vs. uncontrolled surround brightness; Laser-enabled gamut and volume “state of the art” and tradeoffs and other topics important to our speakers.
The Webinar will be open to the public and will include a 30 minute panel discussion and Q&A. Preference will be given to questions submitted in advance.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
10:30pm – 12:30am Tokyo (JST)
9:30pm – 11:30pm Beijing (CST)
3:30pm – 5:30pm Central European (CEST)
2:30pm – 4:30pm London (BST)
9:30am-11:30am New York (EDT)
6:30 – 8:30am Los Angeles (PDT)