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Tuesday, January 22, 2013
From: "3D CineCast" <email@example.com>
Date: Jan 22, 2013 4:10 AM
Subject: 3D CineCast
Posted: 22 Jan 2013 12:40 AM PST
The days of stereo 3D mirror rigs could be numbered if new technology being devised by Arri, the Fraunhofer Institute and Walt Disney Studios comes to fruition.
The trio of companies have just begun a second phase of tests in Berlin on a trifocal camera system that comprises a single Arri M camera sandwiched between two micro HD cameras developed by Fraunhofer, alongside a computer processor.
The dual witness cameras capture enough information on set to be combined into depth maps by Fraunhofer's STAN Stereoscopic Analyzer software (which features in the DVS Clipster post tool), for the post production of live action content in 3D.
The concept would negate the need for cumbersome 3D camera rigs, allow an on-set 3D workflow similar to 2D, and in theory help produce 3D content without the glitches inherent in lens misalignment. Disparity-estimation techniques based on the three captured images should allow a second-eye view to be rendered at a virtual interaxial distance that is defined in post.
"If successful we will go into a third test in April this year and if that is successful it will be used on a major film production," revealed Kathleen Schroeter, executive manager 3D Innovation Centre, Berlin Fraunhofer Institute.
She said this was currently planned to be a 20-minute short film or a 20-minute sequence within a longer feature, both produced by Disney.
"The current trifocal system is for post production, but the next step is to render the data in real time so that we can produce live broadcast programming without rigs," she added.
Curiously the initiative has come from Disney in Hollywood, rather than Disney's own research institute in Zurich, which is also exploring ways of creating 3D content using plenoptic lenses and computational cinematography.
By Adrian Pennington, TVB Europe
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Monday, January 21, 2013
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Thursday, January 17, 2013
From: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Date: Jan 17, 2013 6:25 PM
Subject: USB video conference camera makes video conference simple than ever
Model No. MP-USB 100
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Saturday, January 12, 2013
On Jan 12, 2013, at 6:47 AM, John Sokol <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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Date: Jan 12, 2013 5:59 AM
Subject: Please can you give me some advice
I wonder if you can help.
I am trying to figure out what is the highest definition i can get from a video camera with a smallest lens.
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Friday, January 11, 2013
From: "Rita Tennyson" <email@example.com>
Date: Jan 10, 2013 10:56 AM
Subject: Telibrahma press release
Point Brings Augmented Reality to Your Television Screen
Telibrahma's Point debuts as first Augmented Reality Second-Screen Experience
January 8, 2013, CES/Las Vegas, Eureka Park #74112 - Telibrahma (www.telibrahma.com), the award-winning leader in
global mobile marketing technology, is breaking the mold by debuting a revolutionary
second-screen experience with Point, their image recognition technology that can
capture point-enabled videos and provide an interactive experience for viewers.
Using Point, consumers can enjoy instant engagement across any mobile device by
simply pointing their phone at a Point-enabled video, movie, commercial or television
program and gain instant access to an augmented experience.
"Point provides a Shazam-like experience for consumers that takes them to the next
level of engagement, and we're thrilled to offer this exciting technology to users," said
Suresh Narasimha, CEO and Founder of Telibrahma.
Point is a 360-degree solution for consumer engagement and provides an innovative
way for brands to communicate with their audience.
In addition to point-enabled videos, Point also works with print ads, editorial content,
brand logos, newspapers, magazines and websites to create "real world" experiences
for consumers on their mobile devices.
Download Point from your mobile device at: www.PointArt.mobi
For more information on Telibrahma visit: www.telibrahma.com.
Point, the world's lightest and fastest Augmented Reality, is a visual recognition augmented reality
platform that helps brands engage with consumers by creating "real-world" experiences of products. By
scanning a product or service with their smartphone camera, consumers can gain instant access to
search results that are enhanced by 3D and 2D camera overlays, video overlays, facial recognition and
contextual results. Point allows brands to go beyond the QR code by working with any ad, editorial, brand
logo, newspaper, magazine, website, place or video.
Telibrahma is an Intel-funded company that focuses on consumer engagement through augmented reality
advertising. With Point, the company's new augmented reality platform, Telibrahma helps brands create
"real-life" experiences for consumers, increases engagement and produces higher ROI. Working with
brands like Dove, Nokia, Nike and Toyota, Telibrahma is a leader in contextual mobile solutions.
Telibrahma was established in 2008 and has offices in New York and India. For more information, please
visit the website at www.telibrahma.com.
Monday, January 07, 2013
Sunday, January 06, 2013
Thursday, January 03, 2013
From: "Rita" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Jan 3, 2013 8:58 AM
Subject: [CES] Augmented TV (Intel-backed)
iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Nokia and Windows
Suresh Narasimha, CEO and Founder
Narasimha has over 15 years of experience in entrepreneurship, product creation, mobile innovation and advertising. He has raised several rounds of funding for TELiBrahma while growing employment and earning profit at the same time.
Prior to founding TELiBrahma, Narasimha was the Practice Head of Convergence at Reasoft Inc., where he defined products and solutions while leading convergence and managing delivery organization. Narasimha also worked as a Senior software engineer at Siemens Information Systems Ltd. He has lead mobile advertising efforts at several companies including Nike, HSBC and Mercedes Benz.
Narasimha received his GSM Management degree at ICFAI and a degree at PES Institute of Technology.
Telibrahma is an Intel-funded company that focuses on consumer engagement through augmented reality advertising. Since 2008, TELiBrahma has worked with the advertising, media and retail industries to create innovative ad campaigns that allow consumers to go beyond a print ad to the next level of engagement.
With Point 1.0, the company's new augmented reality advertising platform, Telibrahma creates "real-life" experiences for consumers, increases engagement and produces higher ROI for brands. Working with brands like Dove, Nokia, Nike and Toyota, Telibrahma is a leader in contextual mobile solutions. Telibrahma was established in 2008 and has offices in New York and India. For more information, please visit the website at www.telibrahma.com.