Electronic House Webinar Presents Video Calibration Refresher
Imaging Science Foundation founder and president Joel Silver and TweakTV's Kevin Miller will present ideas and education on optimizing TVs and projectors during an hour-long webcast Thursday, Jan. 20, at 8 p.m., with Disney WOW calibration discs to be given away to some attendees.
While most videophiles and home theater enthusiasts know that a TV or video projector is far from picture perfect out of the box, most people don’t know how to get it there. Video calibration is part art, part science, and to a lot of people, part mystery. We’ve invited two of the consumer electronics world’s top experts in video calibration to share their knowledge on the subject in a free, one-hour online webcast January 20th at 8PM EST, presented by Electronic House.
Silver works closely with CEDIA, CEA and many home theater manufacturers on video standards and optimization. He produced a DVD for HDTV calibration and developed the calibration wizard that’s built into the Windows OS. He conducts video calibration training seminars all over the world. So even for CE pros who are already versed in video calibration, it may be worth attending the hour-long event because Silver, especially, can talk a mile a minute on the subject and is likely to raise some points as a good refresher for you.
Miller has written hundreds of articles on HDTV and was a former managing editor and publisher for The Perfect Vision magazine and one of the founders of etown. He personally calibrates home theaters all over the country, and his website offers visitors advice on how to improve the performance of their TVs.
The session will be moderated by CE Pro’s Arlen Schweiger and Electronic House’s Grant Clauser.
The one-hour January 20th webinar is free. Just go here to sign up. There will be plenty of time for questions from attendees, so come ready to ask the experts. Anyone interested in home theater and HDTV will want to be involved.
As an added bonus, we’re giving away some free optimization DVDs, the Disney World of Wonder disc (a $34 value), to attendees with the best questions or comments. You won’t want to miss out on that (You can read Robert Archer’s review of the WOW disc here).
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