cineramic

cineramic

(ˌsɪnəˈræmɪk)
adj
(Film) relating to a cinematic process producing widescreen images
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In fact, the image that is thus expanded is only about two and a half times the length of a conventional screen, but the experiment reveals that such a length--as opposed to that required for Cineramic projection--is absolutely sufficient for maximum effectiveness.
It wasn't its Cineramic size that caused this academic version of folk art to stand out at both the Royal Academy of Arts in London, where the exhibition "1900: Art at the Crossroads" originated, and the Guggenheim, but its weirdness.
Silicon Image's new cineramIC video processing IP cores can be used in a variety of products where high-quality video and digital image enhancement is required.
The new cineramIC video processing IP cores bolster Silicon Image's IP product portfolio of high-quality, high-resolution video and image solutions," said Ron Richter, senior director of worldwide IP core licensing at Silicon Image, Inc.
This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of federal securities laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, statements regarding the availability, performance, functionality, features, and benefits of Silicon Image's cineramIC video processing IP cores.
The cineramIC IP core is now capable of decoding up to 4Kx2K 3D at 60 frames per second -- the leading edge of digital video technology advancements for prosumer and professional cameras and displays, including support for multi-channel decoding of up to 16 HD video streams simultaneously.
The cineramIC IP core can satisfy a wide range of high-definition digital imaging applications, while meeting SoC manufacturers' performance, cost and low power consumption requirements.
In addition to its high performance decoding capabilities, Silicon Image's cineramIC IP core also supports H.
This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of federal securities laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, statements regarding the performance, functionality, features, benefits, cost and power consumption of Silicon Image's cineramIC IP core.
With its high performance, low cost and high-quality video imaging, the cineramIC IP core can be integrated into System-on-Chips (SoCs) for next-generation digital TV (DTV), set-top-box (STB) and camcorder applications, as well as professional video editing, broadcast, medical and surveillance FPGA applications.
The cineramIC IP core is a high-performance, cost-effective multi-standard digital video decoder design with the following features:
The cineramIC IP core family will help our SoC customers in future-proofing their consumer video ASIC products and also extend the reach of our IP products into the professional camera, broadcast, medical and security markets through our FPGA offerings.