Tag Archives: HI/VI

Get Your HI Tracks On

The transition from 8 channels to 16 channels of audio in the digital cinema domain has brought a surprising amount of angst recently. Actually, it was only a proxy for the entire transition from the nothing-but-potential era of 10 years ago, through what was called the InterOp Standard and into a set of standards created by the SMPTE.

This transition has been mirrored in the world of the deaf and hard of hearing as it relates to the digital cinema world.

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Get Your HI Tracks On

The transition from 8 channels to 16 channels of audio in the digital cinema domain has brought a surprising amount of angst recently. Actually, it was only a proxy for the entire transition from the nothing-but-potential era of 10 years ago, through what was called the InterOp Standard and into a set of standards created by the SMPTE.

This transition has been mirrored in the world of the deaf and hard of hearing as it relates to the digital cinema world.

[……]

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Post CinemaCon HI/VI Review–Sony CC Glasses

A few years ago the multi-category manufacturer USL showed a wonderful set of glasses built for the cinema audience. They handled three major problems that viewers of closed caption devices have: a) The need to focus/refocus repetitively on the words in the “Rear Window” reflective mirror, then focus up on the screen, then looking down again and up againanddown againandupagain over and over, all movie long and b) the distraction that those systems cause surrounding audience members and c) the effect of being different.

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Post CinemaCon HI/VI Review–Sony CC Glasses

A few years ago the multi-category manufacturer USL showed a wonderful set of glasses built for the cinema audience. They handled three major problems that viewers of closed caption devices have: a) The need to focus/refocus repetitively on the words in the “Rear Window” reflective mirror, then focus up on the screen, then looking down again and up againanddown againandupagain over and over, all movie long and b) the distraction that those systems cause surrounding audience members and c) the effect of being different.

[……]

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