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Brilliance Takes Shape as Christie Delivers Cutting-Edge Cinema Solutions at Cineasia 2017

Christie®, a leader in creating and delivering the world’s best visual and audio experiences, is delivering leading-edge cinema solutions for the best movie-viewing experience at CineAsia 2017, taking place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, December 12-14.
Source: Brilliance Takes Shape as Christie Delivers Cutting-Edge Cinema Solutions at Cineasia 2017
GDC Technology Spotlights Revolutionary Cinema Automation 2.0 at CineAsia 2017

GDC Technology Limited, a leading global provider of digital cinema solutions, is showcasing its groundbreaking next generation of cinema automation system to motion pictures exhibitors during CineAsia 2017 from December 11 to 14 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. The revolutionary GDC Cinema Automation 2.0 (CA2.0) is the first-ever centralized solution to provide comprehensive automated management of content storage and playback, show scheduling, power supply and screening quality – providing exhibitors the best solution to save time, effort and cost.
Source: GDC Technology Spotlights Revolutionary Cinema Automation 2.0 at CineAsia 2017
Hi-End Cinema in the Home. / Re: SONY's new HT 4K Laser Projector VPL-VW760ES
« Last post by w.mayer on Tue December 12, 2017, 03:46:21 PM »
WOW this is good news that the stacking software works for many Sony Projectors.

I can go up to about 45 FTL on my 7 Meter screen with 4K HDR with my Barco Thor but i not like to see it as it was too bright form my taste.
Keep in mind that the about 25 FTL I run are looking brighter than 30 FTL with other Projectors as I have almost more lumen in the corners than at the center where I measure the 25 FTL.
So this is for me the right number and it looks very bright.

Sad I can not see pictures as a bug is in this tread.
Page 2 was invisibel.

Hope this works fine with all my sources it should be you never know for sure till you try it.
In the News / Alcons Audio expands Residential representation in US, adds Fielder Marketing
« Last post by DCI forum on Tue December 12, 2017, 12:29:57 PM »
Alcons Audio is enjoying great success in the global residential market, alongside its peerless reputation in the cinema and commercial installation/rental sectors. In order to serve residential customers as efficiently as possible, the company is setting up a dealer network. To represent Alcons to dealers Alcons is engaging a dedicated network of representatives. The latest addition to this rapidly-growing resource is Fielder Marketing, covering the US territories of northern California and northern Nevada.
Fielder Marketing was founded in 2012 by Mark Fielder, who has 15 years experience in the A/V business. Previously he was president of BG Radia, a planar ribbon speaker company, which gives him exceptional knowledge of the many advantages offered to residential customers by Alcons pro-ribbon loudspeaker systems. Bohlender-Graebener was acquired by Christie that re-applied the ribbon technology as part of its Vive Audio range, discontinuing BG product line and business.
Fielder Marketing also represents other top tier brands - including Barco Residential, Fortress Seating, Torus Power and others - making it the perfect choice to supply complete, high quality residential systems.
Dutch speaker and amplification manufacturer Alcons is using its Pro-Ribbon professional audio industry technology in residential systems. Alcons' dedicated CRMS range delivers true HiFi quality sound at concert sound pressure levels, however big or small the project.

The company is developing further dedicated residential products, including the CRMSC-SRHV surround loudspeaker, with patent-pending dispersion technology (previewed at CEDIA 2017). More exciting new developments are also in the pipeline.

So, it is currently building a new dealer network focussed on the high-end residential market. The latest region covered by the dealer network is northern California and Nevada, through Fielder Marketing.

"I am thrilled to be working with the guys from Alcons, as I am a longtime fan of ribbon drivers in both the commercial and residential markets,” says Mark Fielding proprietor of Fielding Marketing. “We look forward to working closely with the company in developing their residential market and supporting their existing dealers."
"We are extremely pleased to announce the addition of Fielder Marketing to our global network of specialist residential representatives," adds Alcons sales manager David Rahn. "The northern California and Nevada territory has a strong residential market and Fielder Marketing has an outstanding, knowledgeable team that we know will work hard to deliver the highest level of service to our dealers in the territory.

Alan, please meet me at my site and let's talk about your database, there are things in there I have to talk to you about.
Yea it does go to death screen IF you go to page two, so I will be trying to get to the bottom of this today, but I still say your policy should be revised Alan...

DCI Site Announcements/Q&A & Issues Reporting Forum / Re: thread broken, need fixing
« Last post by MrPixels on Tue December 12, 2017, 08:28:34 AM »
Please explain?

YOu can load images on any forum and do not get a white screen. The thread does not load for me at all it stays while as is does for several other people. That was a good thread please fix it. What needs to be done so this does not keep happening. Thank you!

In the previous post there is a link, if that is what you refer to, it does indeed get a white screen when I click it, but only for about 3-4 sec, then it clears and loads the thread properly, the way I see it this thread is not really broken, what I see is that your policy on allowing users to deluge the system with graphics without restrictions is the problem.
Back to the Roots: TV History from the Beginning / Re: Mechanical Television primer
« Last post by albert on Tue December 12, 2017, 07:57:24 AM »
More on Scophony. This seems to be the most overlooked TV system ever.
Think about it- they had in 1938 a motor driving a small mirror scanner at more than 30 000 rpm in sync with the video signal. And they had the ultrasonic modulator light valve.
Hard to believe. When I think how the Ampex people struggled later on with their head wheel for their first 2 inch quad video recorder....this had to run @ 10. 000 rpm - in Europe @ 15. 000- and the entire head wheel/motor assembly had a lifetime of only 300 hours at first.

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