There are many phenomenal properties of light. Surprisingly, even without those little photon thingies and all their spiraling states, the properties of sound in a room can be even more complex. Added to these in the distribution of cinema in the auditorium and projection room and rack of the libraries and theater management tools, there are qualities of digitization, and complexities of moving data around and security and, of course, making certain that the satellite dish is clean.
Accumulating this knowledge from experience is more difficult these days. A lot of history and nuance is lost since the transition happened. There are few apprenticeships or places to learn.
So we hope to provide the Cinema Exhibition Industry new training tools that come after the Non-Technical Training Courses.
Same goal: to translate the Director’s Intent into a coordinated set of steps, to communicate with their audience…our mutual audience.
The latest in this march has been laser light based projectors. The range of betterment for the customer is richer blacks in some cases (most notably shown in the Dolby Vision demo), and more stable light levels (because the cycle of new and old xenon bulbs, among other reasons) and more efficient conversion of electricity from the wall into the creation of the light itself means less CO2 creation and ultimately lower costs.
But there are several things that we will learn about here. No particular order or reason, just random interesting presentations.
- Ending with the lens
- What Means, New SMPTE Pink Noise…and How?
- Different Stuff – Unorganized
- THX, IMAX, QSC, and 9001 Roads to Quality Assurance
- Digital and Wonder
- Great Take on Editing; New Blog
- How to Tell If Your Theater Is Projecting Movies Properly – [Screen Crush Blog]