Mark has twin superlatives as a television production engineer and as an effective and prolific communicator. For a long time, I had a link to his long-running Monday postings to the OpenDTV list here on this blog, but I lost track of him during my 2+ year sojourn in radio at NPR. So, was happy to find out that he’s now doing a blog called Schubin Cafe, full of good information for the television engineering community.
Many recent posts deal with 3D television, and he’s posted a PowerPoint and audio portion of a keynote from this month’s NAB Show with the above title. Yes, there is a lot of technical information, but I recommend it to both engineers and other broadcasting executives interested in what 3D television does, how it works, some amazing history -- and also explains the mechanisms of the discomfort that I and others have experienced with 3D television.
Link: Schubin Cafe. --Dennis