International Research Park Offers Future Perspective on Media Technology at 2012 NAB Show

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International Research Park Offers Future Perspective on Media Technology at 2012 NAB Show

Mar 14, 2012 12:30 PM

Washington - Mar 14, 2012 - The International Research Park (IRP), a special attraction at the NAB Show, will feature dozens of new and emerging technologies, including the first U.S. presentation of a 200-inch, glasses-free 3D projection system. IRP, presented by NAB Labs, is a venue designed to highlight advanced projects underway in academic, government and commercial research laboratories worldwide. Located in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, the IRP is open to all attendees during the NAB Show.

Other demonstrations in the IRP will include hybrid radio and television broadcasting proposals (including converged broadcast/wireless-telecom systems), multi-sensory media presentations, 4k video streaming, high-dynamic range and multi-spectral video, enhanced media accessibility for visually and aurally impaired users, 2D and 3D multi-viewpoint video, advanced file-based workflows, advanced interactive gesture control and data visualization technologies.

Organizations exhibiting in International Research Park include Advanced Media Workflow Association (USA), Communications Research Center (Canada), Digicave/Timeslice Films (UK), Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (Korea), Framework for Interoperable Media Services (USA/Switzerland), a joint venture of the Advanced Media Workflow Association and the European Broadcasting Union, goHDR (UK), Internet Media Device Alliance (USA/Germany), National Institute for Information and Communications Technology (Japan), NPR Labs (USA), Project FINE (Spain), Rochester Institute of Technology (USA), Ryerson University (Canada) and Zaxel Corp. (Japan).

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