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Let Me Introduce You . . .

. . . to some of my coworkers.

I caught some of them with my camera so that I can show them to you, but one person that escaped my photo op is Pat Metzler—below is his official photo from the… 291 more words

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Another new TV acronym: What's HDR TV?

If you’re in the market for a new TV, there’s a new acronym you’re likely seeing.  And if you haven’t yet, you will. “HDR” is a new TV feature that again raises the bar on video quality, colour, contrast and overall viewing experience. 144 more words

In the Meantime . . .

Since that Digital Asset Management System is sooo slow in getting here, my supervisor came up with something for me to work on in the meantime . 28 more words


Welcome to the DAM Archives

Whew! Under some crazy notion that killing myself in the short term would be worth getting through UA’s MLIS program a little faster, I crazily decided to take three classes this semester in addition to starting a new job, which qualifies as being a paid internship. 183 more words

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Debunking TV technology

There are lots of crime shows on television, and some of them, CSI, Crossing Lines, Law and Order, and Castle use algorithms to find clues in images, usually those acquired from CCTV cameras. 351 more words

Image Processing

LG shows off super-thin OLED screen that sticks to your wall with magnets

TORONTO – Today’s average 55-inch TVs are impressively thin, especially considering how much TV technology has changed over the last 10 years. But nothing holds a candle to LG Display’s latest prototype – an extremely thin OLED display that sticks to your wall with a magnetic mat. 317 more words


TV makers focus design on growing online viewership

LAS VEGAS – Does anyone just watch TV anymore? The dramatic shift toward online and mobile viewing is driving television set makers to design as much for streaming video as for watching broadcast or cable channels. 881 more words