Color Science Fundamentals in Motion Imaging
Thursday, 14 March 2019
1:00 PM EDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 17:00 UTC/GMT
This webcast will focus on the fundamentals of color science as it relates to the motion picture and television industry. We will cover the fundamentals of display colorimetry, color spaces, and encoding spaces. We will explore how we can take advantage our visual system for improved visual quality. Lastly, we will cover the practical application of color science (where and how its used on a daily basis).
Jaclyn Pytlarz is a Senior Engineer at Dolby Laboratories in Sunnyvale, CA where she has worked inside Dolby’s Applied Vision Science group since 2014. Her research includes vision science surrounding technologies for High Dynamic Range and Wide Color Gamut displays. Her focus is developing color mapping and display management algorithms to help maintain consistent imagery on a wide variety of displays. She holds a B.S. degree in Motion Picture Science from Rochester Institute of Technology and is currently pursuing her M.S. in Computational and Mathematical Engineering at Stanford University. She has previously been awarded the IET Best Young Professional Award and the TVNewsCheck Technology Woman to Watch Award and is currently serving as an Education Director for the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.