DTV Audio Group Seminar Tackles Loudness Management

By Mel Lambert Held at the Alexis Park Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, on April 11th, the DTV Audio Group’s Loudness Management Seminar attracted a broad cross section of industry professionals who gathered to discuss the thorny question of controlling […]  More

Consulting the HD Crystal Ball about TV in 2010

Technology writer Bill Husted at the Ventura County Star takes a look at what’s in store for HDTV’s come 2010: http://www.vcstar.com/news/2009/dec/26/consulting-the-hd-crystal-ball-about-tv-in-2010/  More

Rumor: Apple 5 Megapixel Phone to Support 720p & 1080p

Will 720p and 1080p HD be coming to an iPhone near you this summer? That’s the rumor. Here’s the story: http://www.intomobile.com/2009/12/23/brief-rumour-apple-to-ship-5-megapixel-iphone-and-move-40-to-45-million-iphones-total-during-2010.html  More

Video-based Transparent Truck System Could Save Lives

CNET reports that Russian design studio Art Lebedev calls this simple invention–a camera that takes images from the front of a truck to show it on screens in the back–Transparentius. Learn more and see a picture at http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10420776-1.html  More

Report: D.C. Wasted $4 Million on TV Studio

The Washington Post is reporting that the D.C. agency that regulates cable television in the city “wasted over $4 million” on a high-definition television studio that was never built, according to a report from the Office of the Inspector General. There’s […]  More

Highs and Lows of a Decade in AV

TechRadar.com has an interesting piece on the home entertainment winners and losers of the noughties: “John Logie Baird may have unveiled the first basic design of a TV in the 1920s, but did he think of adding a HDMI socket? […]  More

How To Provide Internet Video Quality of Experience

Internet video quality of experience (QoE) is an all-encompassing term. This article on Embedded.com by Jeff Connell of LSI, addresses the issues involved, and shows how Internet video quality monitoring can be optimized, embedded, all while reducing cost. // <![CDATA[http://www.embedded.com/design/222002870]]>  More

LG Unveils World's Thinnest LCD TV Panel

Digital Spy reports that LG has unveiled the world’s thinnest liquid crystal display (LCD) television panel at just 2.6 millimetres (0.1 inches) thick. The South Korean firm said in a statement that the ultra-slim design was achieved by using proprietary optical […]  More