Georgia Tech Broadband Institute’s “Future TV” research featured at NAB

April 21, 2011 at 2:11 pm Leave a comment

Researchers from the Georgia Tech Broadband Institute demonstrated their research on Future Television as part of the international pavilion during the recent National Association of Broadcasters annual conference in Las Vegas.

Projects demonstrated at the event, which drew 90,000 attendees and exhibitors, focused on maximizing the efficiency of 3DTV, an advanced secondary screen remote control using iPhone and iPad platforms, and facilitating Hierarchical Hole Filling in 2D-with-Depth streams.

Directed by Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar Nikil Jayant, the Georgia Tech Broadband Institute is an industry-guided research center addressing the convergences of broadband technologies and rich media services.

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