With 3D cinema currently all the rage, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) is getting in on the act. It has announced a new
Sky Sports has chosen Vizrt as the core graphics platform for its 3DTV channel, due to launch in April.
The world’s first biodegradable 3D glasses will be available in US movie theatres in time for the 2010 American summer season.
The Commonwealth African Rural Connectivity Initiative (COMARCI) recently held a two-day workshop in Sierra Leone as a way of furthering the connection of unconnected rural communities in Africa.
The UN International Criminal Tribunal (ICTR) for Rwanda has embarked on a project to migrate its video recordings to high-resolution digital video files for the purpose of ensuring the long-term preservation of these unique records.
The Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) has joined forces with Africa’s ICT Magazine, IT & Telecom Digest, to organise the 2nd Annual West African ICT Congress 2010 (WAFICT 2010).
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By the end of the month, Korean company Samsung will have launched a range of 3D television sets in the UK, expected to cost around £2,000 per unit.
The market for mobile phones in developed countries is saturated. So it makes sense for big mobile operators to look for growth elsewhere.
Sony Professional Europe confirmed on Thursday 28 January that it has been selected by BSkyB (Sky) and Telegenic to design and build one of the world’s first 3D Outside Broadcast (OB) trucks, due for delivery in April 2010.