ISF Sets 16 Video Calibration Course Dates
Imaging Science Foundation announces its slate of 16 video calibration training classes this spring across the U.S.
The Imaging Science Foundation (ISF) has announced the 2012 spring dates and locations for its one-day Crash Course - Video Calibration Seminars - A Full Day Labs and Hands-on Activities.
The ISF Crash Course - Professional Monitor Calibration Seminar runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. with lunch provided. It is designed to quickly bring integrators to a level of competence and confidence in calibrating all the important performance aspects of current generation video displays and projectors. This course is appropriate for those not yet experienced in video calibration, as well as those professionals who want to refresh their skills on the latest video calibration technologies, tools, and calibration techniques.
This course covers everything from video basics to advanced calibration of display technologies including LCD, plasma, DLP projector, and video processors.
Attendees will learn about the performance factors that determine the image quality of displays and projectors and become familiar with the calibration characteristics of different display technologies, along with a range of hardware and software that is available to assure productive and accurate display adjustments.
Here is the schedule:
- February 17th, Elon University, Elon, NC
- February 20th, Birmingham, AL
- February 27th, Washington, DC
- February 29th, King of Prussia, PA
- March 3rd, Cincinnati, OH
- March 12th, Miami, FL
- March 14th, Orlando, FL
- March 26th, Chicago, IL
- March 28th, St Louis, MO
- March 30th, Kansas City, MO
- April 24th, Denver, CO
- April 27th, Phoenix, AZ
- May 1st, San Diego, CA
- May 3rd, Los Angeles, CA
- May 8th, Portland, OR
- May 10th, Seattle, WA
Attendees will calibrate different display technologies, at a number of individual hands-on calibration practice stations. They will first walk through the complete video calibration process, discussing each step that will be performed to calibrate all display performance factors and produce a customer calibration report. You will then calibrate front projection, plus LCD, plasma, and LED-lighted flat panel displays, with assistance from experienced instructors.
Attendees will gain experience using various color meter and test pattern source hardware, professional automated calibration software, plus the calibration capabilities of calibration processors and video processors and their potential roles in providing higher quality, more accurately calibrated images for their clients.
Graduates of the professional course earn CEDIA CEU credits and are entitled a $250 discount toward any ISF or HAA Seminar (valid for 1 year from course date).
The Professional Calibration Training Course is $399 and includes workbook, lunch, and discount certificates. Professional courses are limited to 12 students in each location.
To register, go to www.jamavtraining.com to contact Jeff Murray.
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