Hiperwall and UCI’s Calit2 to Host Imaging Science Foundation Commercial (ISF-C)
Display Calibration Seminar
The ISF-C two-day seminar focuses on science of light and color, and how the human eye reacts to images.
The comprehensive display-calibration certificate program is aimed at distributors and resellers
IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 29, 2011 – Hiperwall, Inc. and the University of California Irvine’s (UCI) California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) will host the Imaging Science Foundation Commercial (ISF-C) two-day certification seminar on commercial display engineering and calibration on Dec. 8-9, 2011. The seminar will be held in the Calit2 Visualization/Hiperwall Laboratory. Hiperwall is a UCI spinoff established to commercialize video wall-display technology initially developed by researchers at the university.
“With four video walls comprising more 235 million pixels across 80 large-screen commercial displays, the Calit2 Visualization Laboratory is the ideal location for this seminar,” said Alan Brawn, Principal at Brawn Consulting. As one of the largest and most advanced visualization facilities in the world, the lab offers a rich learning experience for students by providing the latest visual display technologies.
The ISF Commercial display calibration and certification program provides an audiovisual industry-standard qualification process for A/V systems integrators to educate and certify their technical staffs to provide the utmost in professional services. When a display is chosen, the job is not complete until the display is fine-tuned for the application and environment. Going beyond basic adjustments, ISF Commercial-certified technicians insure that displays are fine-tuned for peak performance, long life and the most efficient total cost of ownership. Those companies that select an ISF Commercial-certified integrator will see a clear differentiation between integrators who are committed to excellence and those who are less qualified.
An online examination is provided following the end of the seminar for those interested in becoming ISF Commercial Certified and attaining membership in the elite community of display experts recognized around the world for their unsurpassed standards.
“In today’s competitive workplace, there are numerous benefits to industry certifications. Certifications have taken on a life of their own in medical, legal, architectural, audiovisual and IT industries,” said Brawn. “Certifications are becoming an essential part of job skills, personal development and advancement in differentiating professionalism.”
Seminar registration is required; call (877) 886-5112 or email email@example.com.
About Hiperwall, Inc.
Although video walls have been around for decades, they are usually considered too expensive and complex for all but the largest of organizations. Hiperwall has eliminated these barriers by developing a revolutionary software-based video wall system that is hardware agnostic, allowing our customers to deploy systems with nothing more than commonly available PCs, monitors and network equipment. Hiperwall is easier to install, simpler to use, more flexible, more scalable, has a smaller footprint, lower power consumption and is more affordable than legacy hardware-based systems. Visit www.hiperwall.com.
Calit2 at UC Irvine is a multidisciplinary research institute that develops information technology-based innovations. By integrating academic research with industry experience, the institute seeks to benefit society, incubate new technology companies and ignite economic development. Calit2 focuses on the digital transformation of healthcare, energy, the environment and culture. Visit www.calit2.uci.edu.
About ISF Commercial
ISF Commercial works in conjunction with manufacturers, integrators, and service providers to improve the quality of commercial display systems. Based on the original Imaging Science Foundation, established in 1994, ISF Commercial has taken the lead in creating industry standards for commercial display calibration. As technologies have begun to converge, ISF Commercial is taking an increasingly active role in research and development to improve integration of commercial display systems. ISF also acts as advocate for the value of calibration and other functions that can improve the quality of systems throughout the industry. Visit www.isfcommercial.com.