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How HDR technology is changing the way we see TV

LAS VEGAS – For years, TV makers have focused on making pictures sharper by squeezing more pixels onto screens. Now, their attention is shifting to improving the way sets display colour, with a newish technology called HDR taking centre stage. 703 more words


Cards for Cards

Somewhere along the way, the idea of including a laminated 3×5 card inside each camera bag with brief instructions on the video uploading procedure sprung into my head. 384 more words

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Video Upload Policy Revisited

So … during that last meeting, Al had the idea of putting certain cards into the camera bags so that each camera would be automatically associated with the cards inside it. 100 more words

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How Did It Get To Be So Late So Soon?

That quote from Dr. Seuss really fits the past semester of my life. “Time flies when you’re hard at work” could also fit! Anyway, I guess what I’m trying to say is that I’m sorry for slacking so much on updating y’all on what’s been going on—I will now try to make up for lost time. 434 more words

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

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