Want to know more about the research and innovations we’re working on at Technicolor? Download the latest Innovation in Motion. You’ll discover insights from our Strategy Team and can read abstracts of articles that Technicolor researchers have published or presented at conferences throughout the world.
Welcome to Technicolor’s latest edition of “Innovation in Motion” – our window to the direction of change in the ever-amazing world of media and entertainment technology. This magazine has previously been known as the Technicolor Research Digest, which didn’t really align with the broader scope of all the innovations that Technicolor’s teams are bringing to market every day.
The new name better reflects our increasing emphasis on developing advanced products, driving new standards and leading the creation of new technologies that can change the way content is created, distributed and enjoyed by consumers wherever they are.
The Summer 2014 issue includes a glimpse of the revolutionary 4D-cinema HapSeat – which is sure to become part of the next generation of immersive entertainment. There is also an introduction to our new Empath project, which will concentrate on monetizing breakthroughs in biometrics. This issue’s special Focus On section includes four in-depth articles analyzing “Exploratory research”. They address such topics as Haptic cinematography, benchmarking of movies based on the physilogical responses of a real audeince, preactical group encryption and automatic face reenactment.
Every year, Technicolor researchers contribute to industry leading-journals and top academic conferences. Innovation in Motion contains detailed abstracts of those papers, including citations of where to find the full articles. These articles offer insight into how Technicolor researchers respond to, work with, and influence the scientific community as well as contribute to entertainment industry technology around the world.
Innovation in Motion is published twice a year, with the summer issue coinciding with the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) meeting and the winter issue aligned with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
In each issue of Innovation in Motion you’ll find information about:
Each issue also has a special Focus On section that addresses a hot topic in our technology landscape, including:
Innovation in Motion and the previous editions of the Research Digest, are available free to the public here, at technicolor.com. Download the most recent edition today and learn more about Technicolor’s leadership in science and technology.