Super Bowl 2019 will raise the bar for live broadcasting technology with innovations in augmented reality (AR) and use of at least one 8K camera, while also highlighting past innovations that have fallen out of favor.
While the consumer electronics industry focuses on bigger displays and ever higher resolution, there are pioneers developing a more compatible technology, augmented reality television. How close is it and what are the benefits?
Captivating 3D graphics and electronically inserted field images have become a hallmark of every major live sporting event, but CBS Sports hopes to raise the bar during this year’s NFL Super Bowl LIII telecast on February 3, 2019. The sports network’s graphics team has prepared unique animations and on-field augmented rea
This is part 2 of the series “Where is Production Technology Headed for 2019?” Here we ask three executives from key production technology companies for their thoughts on new technology developments for 2019.
Many in the media business are quick to offer insight into the direction of new technology. This is the beginning of a series of articles where thought leaders in the post community share some of their ideas on upcoming 2019 technological developments.
Artificial intelligence (AI) for media analysis is beginning to change how media organizations meet their most daunting media asset management (MAM) challenges. When paired with leading-edge MAM tools, a new and emerging breed of AI platforms offers tremendous potential for transforming media workflows and making it easier than ever for
Just recently Lorenzo Zanni, head of insight and analysis at the manufacturers’ organization, IABM, hosted a webinar “What will your customers be buying in 2019 and why?” The session was a sneak peek at the upcoming IABM Buying Trends report and looked at predictions for 2019 technology purchases, what is changing, and how b
Virtual Reality (VR) 360° content is still very new, but that does not make viewer expectations any more relaxed. If anything, the required quality level is even more important with VR content due to the expectations for immersiveness, which can be broken by just a minor glitch in delivery.