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Posted by Creativity Cafe on August 26, 1999 at 16:16:19:
I discovered this and know it is our future...those of us into using art and technology.
Visionary Artists Resources Including Other Unique Services was formed in 1980 to be a vehicle for the facilitation of positive media distribution and creation. Our aim is to create an artists resource center and venue offering state of the art technology access to creative people ( who would not be able to afford it otherwise) and the lay public. This center is a networking castle where we can collaborate and produce POSITIVE media for mass media distribution. These days are getting very close. Calling all POSITIVE MEDIA illuminaries...please let us know who you are? This is FYI:
How It Works-Digital Cinema System
Digital Cinema is a turnkey system to distribute full length motion
pictures, trailers, advertisements, and live events to theatres
throughout the world via satellite. Digital Cinema will enable the motion
picture industry to gracefully move away from 100 year old media of
35mm film into the digital/wireless communication era. The Digital
Cinema program leverages QUALCOMM's high quality image
compression technology and expertise in end-to-end satellite
The Digital Cinema system uses a "store-and-forward" concept to
distribute motion pictures. A central hub digitizes, compresses,
encrypts, and broadcasts a motion picture. Authorized theatres receive
the data and store it in local storage arrays. At each showing, the data
is retrieved from the local storage, decrypted, decompressed, and
displayed using theatre quality electronic projectors.
The benefits of Digital Cinema are numerous.
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