These sessions offer the best opportunity to learn about 3D and interact with some of the best innovators in the industry.
The International 3D Society and 3D @ Home Consortium are presenting a series of 3D sessions at CES 2013 called "3D's 20/20 Vision". For those interested in 3D, these sessions offer the best opportunity to learn about 3D and interact with some of the best innovators in the industry. 3D's 20/20 Vision will take place January 8th, 2013, 1-5pm in LVCC N262.
With more than 50 major 3D movies arriving at a record setting pace in 2013, and millions of 3DTV's now in homes around the world, the 3D ecosystem is growing rapidly. From China to Brazil to Russia to Hollywood … content creators are strategizing about how to generate revenues from this ever-growing consumer base. As we move closer to the year 2020, what year will the critical mass of TV households ignite content creation? What year will autostereo make its way from the CES show floor to consumer households? Where will we see 3D content and technology in 2013? Where do 4K, 8K, OLED, Ultra HiDef and High Frame Rate come into the picture? Is there something to be learned from skeptics? The International 3D Society and 3D@Home Consortium bring the leaders in 3D image capture, conversion, television, gaming, mobile, and digital technology to this year's CES to showcase the content and the opportunities consumers will be talking about in 2013.
3D's 20/20 Vision Overview - January 8, 2013 - N262
1-1:30 p.m. The Big Picture: 2013 Preview
1:30-2:15 p.m. 3DTV World View 2013
2:15-2:45 p.m. The Summer Olympics London: 3D's Historic First
2:45-3:15 p.m. 3D Consumer Connection - The CE/Content Partnership
3:15-3:45 p.m. 3D Anywhere, Anytime - Theatrical to Tablets
3:45-4:25 p.m. 3D: Eye Can See Clearly Now - The New Prescription
4:25-5 p.m. From HD to Ultra Hi-Def to Auto Stereo
The Big Picture: 1:00 - 1:50pm: N262
Hollywood finished 2012 with strong financial and critical successes from Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit,' and Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi.' Seven 3D movies now belong to the Billion Dollar Box Office Club. 2013 will usher in more than 50 new Hollywood 3D releases from Directors including Steven Spielberg and Baz Luhrman, as multiplying 3D Blu-ray titles stimulate sales from Berlin to Beijing. What are the hot movies to watch for in 2013? How much net profit can 3D add to a 2D franchise? How many of these blockbusters go to Blu-ray to build home viewing on 3DTV's? Join us as we lay out 3D's worldwide playbook for 2013 in our "Big Picture Preview."
Jim Chabin - International 3D Society
David Cohen - Daily Variety
William Sherak - StereoD
Jim Mainard - Dreamworks Animation (DWA)
Tom Morrod - IHS Global
Rick Heineman - RealD
Steve Schklair - 3ality Technica
Maria Costeira - XPAND 3D
3DTV World View: 1:50 - 2:30pm: N262
3D enabled TV's are populating households worldwide at an accelerating speed. Against this backdrop of 3D's colonization of the marketplace, what are the key plays for 3DTV for 2013? Can 8 billion dollars in box office drive investments for 3DTV programming? Does 3DTV bypass cable next year? Who's purchasing content, and what are they paying? What are viewers watching, and what do they want? What partnerships are paying off? When will consumer adoption reach a critical, profitable mass? We've assembled the key decision makers in 3DTV to share their "World View 2013."
Adrian Pennington - Journalist
Tom Cosgrove - 3net
John Cassy - bSkyb
Bryan Burns - ESPN
David Brenner - Principal Media
The Summer Olympics London: 3D's Historic First; 2:30-3:00: N262
For over a century, the Olympic Games have served as a stunning platform for introducing new athletic stars, sports, and technologies to billions of global spectators. From radio to film to TV, from color to videotape to satellite, the games have showcased the future of media. This year's London Games added to the Olympic legacy of firsts with the introduction of 3D telecasts . How does 3D enjoy the thrill of victory and avoid the agony of defeat now and in the 2014 Winter Games? Join Eisuke Tsuzuyaki as he takes you behind the scenes and share's Panasonic's insights on capturing the excitement of the world's greatest spectacle in 3D.
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki - Panasonic Corporation America
3D Anywhere, Anytime - Theatrical to Tablets; 3:00 - 3:45pm; N262
With more than 200,000 patents pending for 3D technology at the U.S. Patent Office, the production lines at major technology companies are poised to churn out a myriad of new 3D products.
From movie theatres to TV… from tablets to gaming consoles… from medical to military, from education to religion … where will we see 3D next? Is the entertainment industry leading in 3D application, or just the most visible player? What dollars are available to fund the rollout of 3D to new platforms? Where is the content pipeline's progress in providing affordable consumer viewing? We'll ask our guests these questions and yours as they preview what consumers will be talking about in the year ahead.
Carolyn Giardina - The Hollywood Reporter
Grant Anderson - Sony Pictures Studios
Matt Liszt - MasterImage 3D
Bernard Mendiburu - Volfoni/3DConsortium, France
Kathleen Schroeter - Fraunhofer Institute
Lisa Truitt - National Geographic Cinema Ventures
James Fishler - LG
3D: Eye Can See Clearly Now - The New Prescription; 3:45 - 4:15pm; N262
The development of medical applications is focusing a healthy glow on 3D. From London to Shanghai, to Seoul to Sao Paulo, 3D is an ongoing player in the eye health discussion. Does skepticism advance the dialogue for development of better 3D products and practice, or just blur the picture ? How is 3D changing the way eye doctors see their patients? We'll share the latest perspectives, products and prescriptions from the experts who see 3D eye health clearly.
Chris Chinnock - Insight Media
Jim Sheedy - Pacific University
Dr. Michael Duenas - American Optometric Association
Ami Dror - XPAND 3D
From HD to Ultra Hi-Def to Auto Stereo; 4:15 - 5:00pm; N262
4K, 8K, and Ultra Hi-Definition are the next steps in 3D's evolution. But does the industry have the right message on how to rollout this new technology to consumers? Is Ultra Hi-Def just "ultra-hype?" Are auto stereo products ready for "primetime?" Where are these new technologies leading us? How will we view 3D images in 2020? Get the answers, and bring your questions for our panel as they prepare 3D's positioning on the brave "new-tech" product world of 2013 and beyond.
Scott Hettrick - HollywoodInHiDef
Pete Lude - Sony Electronics
Dan Schinasi - Samsung
Ken Lowe - Vizio
Roland Vlaicu - Dolby