3D tools from the EDCINE consortium members
Two of the labs doing advanced research on tomorrow's must-have tech belong to the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits in Germany and France's media giant Thomson, two members of the European Research consortium EDCINE. Click here to read the paper in Variety about the Fraunhofer and Thomson products.Click here to access the EDCINE project website.
The EasyDCP tool by FHG-IIS is a PC-based DCP encoding solution. You may read its description here.
A new dual head (2 in and 2 out) stereoscopic enabled JPEG 2000 compression/decompression board called 'Pristine' is launched at IBC newt week by IntoPIX, a startup from UCL, the university coordinating the EDCINE project.