electronic cinema

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electronic cinema

The creation of movies in electronic formats rather than film. Coined in the 1980s, the term referred to analog video at that time, both in standard format and high-definition such as the Japanese analog HD system. Later, electronic cinema evolved into digital cinema, and the two terms were used synonymously for a while. See digital cinema.
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SIM2 Multimedia is a worldwide leading manufacturer of home theater products and leading provider of high-end performance large screen systems (for control rooms, information, communication, and simulation) and professional projection systems for E-cinema applications.
Older, lower-cost e-cinema systems project films at HDTV resolution, while the newer, DCI-compliant d-cinema projectors deliver the Digital Cinema Initiative standard developed by U.S.
In the case of e-Cinema, there is no such difficulty, so there is nothing to hold back the flood of films that we can expect to see via the Internet.
The quandary is whether cinemas should be allowed to go down the e-cinema route, using digital projection equipment that does not conform to the DCI standard.
NEC Display Solutions' new Installation Projectors Deliver Increased Brightness The projectors are positioned for use in large conference rooms, auditoriums, at point of sales, and in e-cinema and digital signage applications
By contrast, FERA welcomes the reference in the ministerial declaration to the promotion of e-cinema, regarded as a new opportunity for the distribution of European films.
As Adlabs, it experimented with e-cinema, but since the Reliance takeover it has instead pushed ahead with full DCI-compliant d-cinema.
data-casting and e-cinema. Therefore there is no reservation for regulation in these areas--a great concern, given these type of new technologies will all greatly affect the future audiovisual market.
MEPs have =suggested using some of the funds allocated to the Sixth Research and =Development framework programme to carry out research into digital =technology for film distribution and projection (e-cinema), that would =provide easier access to multi-lingual versions of films.
Based on 1.3K projection e-cinema standards, rather than the 2K d-cinema norms promoted by Hollywood's Digital Cinema Initiatives, India's approach to digital might be sneered at if it weren't so successful.
Given the economic and cultural implications, the Commission wants Europe to lead the way in defining e-cinema standards and use.