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We’re looking for great papers to appear on the program of the SMPTE17 Conference in July 2017. If you can see this story on the home page, then EDAS will accept a submission, and you’ll squeak through into the process.
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The Australia Section of SMPTE salutes a life Fellow og the SMPTE: Geoff Healy has been awarded an OAM in the 2017 Australia Day Honours list. Geoff will be well known to many of you from his time at Seven Network, as the man who headed up SOBO for the Sydney Olympics, and the dad who innovated Racecam…
If you’re a student at any level, then we’re interested in you and helping with your career in Motion Imaging. That starts with making annual membership of SMPTE free for the first year, and less than the price of a burger meal after that. Why? Because we think your career choice is important, and we can help. Here’s what you get, and how to sign up.
On 26 Feb 2015 the twittersphere went berserk over… the colours of a dress. What the??? Fistfights and relationship breakups revolved around whether the garment was black/blue, or gold/white! But hang on – isn’t this is what every CCU op and colourist has to deal with, and the viewers understand not…
What a great turn out for the Telstra Broadcast Services (TBS) pre-launch visit of its Broadcast Operations Centre (BOC) for SMPTE members and guests. The modest sized room adjoining the control room was at capacity with people outside the door trying to get a glimpse of the monitor and listening intently to Paul Suter’s every word.