Regarding the recent HDR presentation

There is both a correction and an elucidation for “HDR: The Great, the Okay, and the Yikes!” Correction:  About 35:30 in, the term “ground glass” is used for what test […]  More

"Bang" Presentation: A Bit More

I neglected to describe all of the images on slide 19. The upper right image on that slide (at right here) shows that, in a cinema auditorium, detail resolutions beyond HD […]  More

Handwriting Matters!

In many of my Fandom of the Opera lectures and some of my other writings about media technology and opera, I’ve made reference to two people who are candidates to be […]  More

The Earlier Earliest Bell Recording

This week, there has been a lot of publicity about the first recording of Alexander Graham Bell’s voice, an 1885 disk, finally being heard thanks to the latest technology. But there […]  More

Seeing Sound Waves

John Huntington posted a comment on my “Late–and See?” post about latency and lip sync.  It includes this link to a video that illustrates very well the speed of sound:  More

Not Quite the "Cure" for Stereoblindness

I’ve posted a comment to the story that implies that the movie Hugo cured someone’s stereoblindness.  But the person was never stereoblind.  Here’s more from Professor Banks: “The data show quite […]  More

Comments on the Tessive Time Filter

In a previous post, I described the Tessive Time Filter, subject of a presentation and demonstration at February’s HPA Tech Retreat.  John Watkinson submitted a comment on it, and Tony […]  More

Commercial vs. Non-Commercial Satellites

In my post “Satellites Are Really Old,” I distinguish between the Emmy-winning first commercial geostationary satellite, Early Bird, and the earlier non-commercial Syncom III. Was the “commercial” distinction Emmy-worthy? Here’s […]  More

The First Holographic Video

The originally posted version of “The Best 3D Conference” indicated an apparent conflict between Mark Lucente’s and Michael Bove’s statements about the beginnings of holographic video. Lucente has pointed out […]  More

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