The HPA Tech Retreat is the annual conference that brings together thought leaders from digital and content creation, media and entertainment, forensics, medicine, digital imaging, and in the field of academic research.
The event consists of three days of sessions, and two days of additional conference programming. There are also product demos and networking opportunities.
Leon Silverman, President of HPA, says, "Our industry's incredibly accelerated pace of change makes it extremely difficult to know to whom or where one can turn to make sure you're plugged into the knowledge and people you need to know to survive and navigate in this environment. The Tech Retreat is a yearly way to literally get into the heads and private conversations of the people who are driving and leading our industry through this transformative change. There really is nothing like it anywhere. A ticket to the Tech Retreat is a front-row, up close & personal seat on the cutting edge."
Registration for the HPA Tech Retreat is limited. Information and registration is available at: www.hpaonline.com.
Confirmed expert speakers include:
Also joining the line-up are the filmmakers from the feature, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Panelists representing studios, companies, and organizations include:
Laser-Illuminated Projector Association (LIPA)
RE: Vision Effects
Rods & Cones
The Association of National Advertisers (ANA)
Walt Disney Company
Areas of discussion will include:
Forecast for SuperSession 2012: Snowflakes with an Increasing Chance of Clouds
4K Cameras and their Workflows
The Image Interchange Framework Demystified: What It Is and Why It Matters
Optical Temporal Filtering
The Current State of Connected TV
The Home Ecosystem: What Will Make It Work?
HPA Monitor Symposium Recap
Next Generation Projection Systems
Getting Creative Intent to the Viewer
Digital Commercial Slates: a New Era in Commercial Workflow - a bicoastal live presentation
CALM Down? Stereo vs. Surround Loudness
IMF Moving Forward
What Happened to Dailies?
Digital Preservation: An Ecosystem
Increasing Resolution by Covering the Image Sensor, and much more.