IBC2006 will once again offer insight into the latest technology trends impacting the industry at the IBC New Technology Campus.
The campus will provide a forum for researchers to present their latest work into some of the hottest television technologies, including:
- Mobile media presentations: The Communications Research Centre of Canada will present a software-based transmission chain; media delivery via DVB-H from Ramon Llull University in Spain; WebMobility Ventures showing mobile consumer gadgets; and TNO Information & Communication Technology of the Netherlands focusing on use of mobile technology to provide a bi-directional flow of Web content.
- Production, including: the EU MATRIS project, which uses image analysis for real-time camera motion measurement; and a tapeless, paperless production workflow presented by BBC Research & Development.
- IPTV with a demonstration of NM2, a proposal for personalized TV from BT Research and Venturing in the UK.
- Home Networking, which will include a presentation by NBC Universal of the work of the HANA industry group on defining an architecture for a secure, high-definition home network, and the work of the Human Interface Lab in New Zealand and Georgia Institute of Technology on signal processing needed for a home system similar to “Star Trek’s” Holodeck.
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