SIM University 2012
University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation and Training
May 9, 2012
Thank you for your interest in SIM University 2012. Registration for the event is free.
SIM University offers a full day of technical presentations designed to increase your knowledge of various visual display requirements: image metrics and quality, system considerations, synchronization and maintenance, projector specifications, and system integration.
How to register
Simply submit the form and you’ll receive an email confirming your registration.
Static and dynamic image quality metrics, including 3D cues – Gord Harris, Christie
Image quality requirements, including higher update rates – Dr Barbara Sweet, NASA
System and multi-channel considerations, including warping and blending – David Swart, Christie
Mythology of projector specifications – Stuart Nicholson, Christie
System synchronization and latency – Chris Savoie, Christie
System maintenance – Brent Peckover, Christie
Stereoscopic/collimated display integration – Dr Charles Lloyd
Technology demonstration – 60/120Hz high-speed comparison
This side-by-side A/B comparison shows two ways to achieve dynamic high-speed response with no motion artifacts. It ties in with our morning session breakout on image quality.
Q&A period, panel discussion and reception
With in-session Q&A periods, the ask-the expert panel discussion and informal 1:1 conversations with our speakers at the reception, you will have ample time to ask questions and collaborate about your issues and challenges.
8:00am – 8:30am
8:30am – 11:45am
11:45am – 12:25pm
12:25pm – 4:15pm
4:20pm – 5:00pm
5:00pm – 6:00pm
Who should attend A sampling of titles from last year’s event: Chief Engineer, Director Engineering, Product Development Engineer, Program Manager, Project Engineer, Project Engineering Manager, Senior Software Engineer, Technical Specialist, Visual Systems Engineer.