Recent Posts tagged with HPA Tech Retreat

The Newton and Leibniz of Imaging

Some say Isaac Newton first invented the calculus. Others say it was Gottfried Leibniz. Imagine what it would be like if you could take a seminar on the calculus from both of them! Well, you can’t. They’re both dead. But […]  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 Davis, Tessive’s founder, responded.  First, here is John’s comment: The […]  More

Intro & Year in Review, HPA Tech Retreat 2012

Intro & Year in Review HPA Tech Retreat 2012 PowerPoint: Schubin-HPA2012-Intro_Year_in_Review.ppt 29 slides (1440 x 1080) with audio, 9.9 MB, TRT: 18:35 YOU MUST BE IN SLIDESHOW MODE TO HEAR THE AUDIO MP4: Schubin-HPA2012-Year_in_Review.mp4 640 x 480, 17.8 MB, TRT: […]  More

Sony OLED Reference Monitors

At next week’s HPA Tech Retreat in Rancho Mirage, California, Sony will introduce their TriMaster EL series of OLED reference monitors, the 16.5-inch BVM E170 and the 24.5-inch BVM E250. Here are some of their characteristics: 30,000-hour panel life better […]  More

2010 HPA Tech Retreat: More 3D Follow-Ups

I wrote previously about the strange case of potential customers wanting to buy Panasonic’s 3D professional camcorder even before the company had finalized its optical system.  Panasonic brought the AG-3DA1 to last month’s HPA Tech Retreat (along with a professional […]  More