Peter Wilson will talk about the origins of modern HDR, production, post production, live production,
transmission and display. HDR can be the saviour of UHDTV, wide colour gamut
and HDR in conjunction with 4K displays excite the human Visual System like none before
However High Dynamic Range, High Frame rate and a 4K sample grids are not natural bedfellows
This meeting will be attended by Barbara Lange SMPTE Executive Director
so come and discuss SMPTE issues with her.
We start with networking from 18h00 in The Bridge levl 4 so that members can meet and discuss with Barbara
before Peters lecture starts at 19h00 in the Sliver Birch Suite Level 3
Peter Wilson began his career at 15 with an electronic and mechanical apprenticeship
and subsequently worked in TV studio engineering before joining Sony Broadcast.
He moved into HDTV in the mid-’80s, working on high definition (HD) productions,
including the very first feature movie shot in HD, and eventually (for Sony Europe) setting up
Europe’s first HD-to-35mm film-out facility using electron beam recording technology.
In 1998, he helped to organize the technical facilities for the first digital cinema demonstration
at IBC Brighton and today, as a founding director of the European Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF),
he continues to focus on digital cinema interoperability.
During his time at Snell & Wilcox, he earned a Technical Emmy for work on HD upconversion.
Through HDDC, he now provides training in HDTV, UHDTV, and digital cinema matters.
He is a SMPTE Fellow, director of the EDCF and Event Cinema Association (ECA).
He stepped in at short notice to give a very dynamic seminar on HDR with John Watkinson
at the HPA Tech Retreat UK in July this year .
The main entrance to reception is on East Park Terrace, opposite the park see google map
We are meeting the SPARK Building The Bridge (L4) /Silver Birch room (L3) SPARK entrance at the other end of the Campus to the left of the Main Entrance see site map
For more information please visit: http://www.solent.ac.uk/about/find-us/find-us.aspx
Travelling by car
Southampton is just 75 miles (120km) from London and 21 miles (34km) from the Channel ports.
From the north-east (London)
From junction 12 of the M25, take the M3 towards Southampton. At junction 14, take the A33 until you reach a roundabout with Jury's Inn in the middle. Here, take the third exit onto East Park Terrace. The University is on your left.
From the north (Birmingham)
From junction 9 of the M40, take the A34 towards Oxford. Follow the A34 to a roundabout with the M3. Take the M3 to Southampton. At junction 14 take the A33 until you reach a roundabout with Jury's Inn in the middle. Here take the third exit onto East Park Terrace. The University is on your left.
From the east (Dover)
Follow the A27/M27 and leave at junction 5. Take the A335 for Southampton, bearing left to stay on it at the traffic lights. Turn left onto the A33 and then at the roundabout with Jury's Inn in the middle. Here take the third exit onto East Park Terrace. The University is on your left.
The University has limited parking on site – this accessed from St Andrews Road
Pass the University in East park Terrance and turn left at the end –into New Road – drive to the junction
(Ignore entrances to Left and beware of Bus lane- it has cameras)
Turn Left into St Andrews Road
– and then fork left into the Staff car park.
Use the first two car parks on the right ( Labeled D and C) and enter the Spark building from car park D
You are strongly recommended to look at this map to see the whole route
You exit by the same route you entered....
But there are several car parks in the immediate vicinity.
Travelling by train
The closest train station to use is Southampton Central Station.
If you exit via Platform 1, turn right, walk up the hilly footpath towards the Civic Centre building (large white stone building with clock tower). Then follow Civic Centre Road and New Road straight on till you see the University ahead of you.
If you exit on Platform 4, turn left, walk up the hill towards the Civic Centre building (large white stone building with clock tower). Then follow Civic Centre Road and New Road straight on till you see the University ahead of you.