#ISE2013 MegaPixel Summit

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

The MegaPixel Summit will be held at the Amsterdam RAI Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 January 2013 during #ISE2013.

Mike Blackman, Managing Director, Integrated Systems Events told us “By hosting the MegaPixel Summit at ISE 2013, we hope to create a forum in which the challenges arising from creating large-scale, multiple-component displays are addressed by a mix of different stakeholders: manufacturers, distributors, integrators, rental companies and end customers.”

Chris Chinnock, Founder and President, Insight Media who will be producing the event says the Summit will focus on the three elements of what he calls the ‘Pixel Pipeline’ ecosystem that defines a typical MegaPixel solution: Pixel Generation, Pixel Processing and Pixel Display.

Chris said “From the CPUs and GPUs that generate the images, to the software and hardware that processes, warps, blends and distributes them, and then on to the various proejction and display technologies that can be used to show them – the MegaPixel Summit will cover every link in the chain,”.

We understand that the MegaPixel Summit will be divided into three sessions. The first two, on the morning and afternoon of Monday 28 January respectively, will focus on Technology, Products and Trends – whilst the third, taking place on the morning of Tuesday 29 January (the first day actual of #ISE2013) will offer case-study examples of successful MegaPixel system integration.

Each session will comprise five 30-minute segments, and delegates may choose to attend one, two or three sessions (individual session costs will decrease according to the number of sessions booked; one session will cost 200 euro, two will cost 350 euro, while all three cost 450 euro).

Scalable Display Technologies (Gold), Christie, Planar and Eyevis are all sponsors and all get to speak.

One Response to “#ISE2013 MegaPixel Summit”

  1. Bob Rushby Says:

    megapixels.== Pixels Everywhere. Now there’s an event about this. Very exciting!

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