SMPTE Convenes Annual DCS 2011 At NAB: Advances In Images and Sound: 3D, 4K, and Beyond

Dates, paper call also announced for second International Stereoscopic 3D ConferenceDCS 2011: 9-11 April, 2011 Las Vegas Register: Plains, NY, 18 January 2010 - The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), the worldwide leader in motion-imaging standards and education, today announced that it will hold its annual DCS Conference at NAB 2011 on 9-11 April 2011 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. This year's event - Advances in Images and Sound: 3D, 4K, and Beyond - will address a broad range of topics across cinema, broadcast, and broadband.Co-produced by SMPTE, the annual DCS event brings together the world's leading motion-imaging researchers, scientists, practitioners, and manufacturers. This year's program will cover the latest developments in 3D motion and sound as well as innovations in ultra-high definition capture and display. It will also include sessions on the latest developments and industry strategies across a broad range of technologies and applications spanning cinema, broadcast, and broadband. An overview of session topics and registration information are available at, Call for Papers for Second International Stereoscopic 3D Conference AnnouncedSMPTE today also announced the dates for its second International Conference on Stereoscopic 3D for Entertainment and Media. To be held 21-22 June 2011 in New York City, this year's event follows last year's successful inaugural conference, and is the only scientific gathering to focus solely on the critical technologies needed for widespread and sustained 3D adoption. Conference registration opens 15 February 2011.SMPTE is accepting scientific, academic, and technical papers for the 2011 3D event. Abstracts must be received no later than 28 February 2011; for submission instructions and topic areas visit: SMPTE on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Learn more at ###About the Society of Motion Picture and Television EngineersThe OscarÆ Award-winning and EmmyÆ Award-winning Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) is the leading technical society for the motion imaging industry. As an internationally recognized and accredited standards-setting body, SMPTE develops standards, recommended practices and guidelines, and spearheads educational activities to advance engineering and moving imagery. Headquartered in New York, SMPTE is comprised of engineers and other technical specialists, IT, and new media professionals, filmmakers, manufacturers, educators, and consultants in more than 65 countries.