“Introduction to TV, Video, Film, Printing” by Blunden, Brown, Levine, McMann and Rogowitz

  • ©John Blunden, Bruce Eric Brown, Stephen R. Levine, John McMann, and Bernice Rogowitz



Entry Number: 10


    Introduction to TV, Video, Film, Printing

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    Who should attend?

    This course is for managers, users and engineers responsible for computer graphics hardware and software.

    Recommended background

    A general technical background is desirable, but no mathematics will be needed.

    Course description

    This course will give attendees a comprehensive overview of the basics of video, vision, film and printing. The presentation of computer graphics is always dependent upon one or more of these areas. Topics covered will be vision —our own image processor; color and how we respond to color; how a TV works: how videotape recorders and video disks work; black and white film and its properties; color film and its problems; and printing of color images and associated problems. A strong emphasis will be placed on live demonstrations of video, film techniques and visual perception.

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    Pete Segal

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