HDR

IBC 2016: A year of sharp transformations

IBC (the International Broadcasting Convention) came to a close last Tuesday, and b<>com is back with the news. The 2016 edition confirmed the event's essential status, with nearly 56,000 participants and visitors, and over 1800 exhibitors, the gathering of broadcasting professionals in Amsterdam went quite well.
IBC 2016: A year of sharp transformations

Accelerating broadcasting innovation: b<>com presents its first solutions at the NAB Show

The NAB Show is the world's largest gathering for the broadcast industry. Once a year in Las Vegas, it attracts widespread attention and represents an opportunity for companies to unveil their new products. For the first time there, from April 18 to 21, the b<>com Institute of Research and Technology exhibits innovations based on its research.
Accelerating broadcasting innovation: b<>com presents its first solutions at the NAB Show
Bloomberg business

Best Tech stories from around the web #66

A VR Theme Park, an alliance for a new open source video format, preschooler Robots, HDR the future of televison, Humanized computer interaction as the next revolution. Here is our selection for this week...
Best Tech stories from around the web #66
b<>com

Advanced Media Coding

Most of tomorrow's media formats are likely to improve the immersiveness of content. The challenge is transforming the experience of viewers and users by putting them in the middle of the action or information they're looking for. All the universes are connected: Television, movies, games, advertising, co-working, surveillance, the web, and more. The Advanced Media Coding lab builds tools that allow publication, storage, and sharing for and by the general public.
Advanced Media Coding