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ISCC/IS&T/SID Special Topics Meeting
Revisiting Color Spaces

Including the ISCC 2011 Annual Meeting

Sainte Claire Hotel, San Jose California
Saturday November 12

This one-day meeting will honor the 15th anniversary of the publication of sRGB and create an opportunity to discuss currently used color spaces from the perspective of the scientific and technological advances of the past 15 years. The meeting will also consider industrial needs for color specifications and standards for interchange in light of the emergence of new imaging technologies such as HDR imaging and multi-primary displays.

Registration includes lunch.

Program

Time

Title

Speaker

9:00­9:25

sRGB -- Work in Progress

Ricardo Motta, NVIDIA Corp. (USA)

9:25-9:50

OSA-UCS System:   Color-Signal Processing from Psychophysical To Psychometric  Color Claudio Oleari University of Parma (Italy)

9:50­10:20

Coffee Break  

10:20-10:45

Design and Optimization of the ProPhoto RGB Color Encodings Geoff Woolfe, Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty. Ltd. (Australia)

10:45-11:10  

Adobe RGB: Happy Accidents Chris Cox, Adobe Systems, Inc. (USA)

11:10-11:35

Recent Work on Archival Color Spaces Rob Buckley, University of Rochester/NewMarket Imaging (USA)

11:40­1:25  

Inter-Society Color Council 80th Annual Meeting and Luncheon  

1:30-1:55  

Modern Display Technologies: Is sRGB Still Relevant? Tom Lianza, X-Rite,
Inc. (USA)

1:55-2:20    

Device-independent Imaging System for High-fidelity Colors Akiko Yoshida Sharp Inc. (Japan)

2:20-2:45    

Is There Really Such a Thing as Color Space? Foundation of Uni-dimensional
Appearance Spaces Mark Fairchild, Munsell Color Science Lab/RIT (USA)

2:45-3:15  

Coffee Break  

3:15-3:40  

HDR and UCS: Do HDR Techniques Require A New UCS Space? Alessandro Rizzi,
Universita degli Studi di Milano (Italy)

3:40-4:05  

Digital HDR Color Separation Images John McCann, McCann Imaging (USA)

4:05-4:30  

Speaker Panel and Closing Moderated by Roy Berns, RIT (USA)


Registration Details
Registration fee includes lunch, two coffee breaks, full technical program, and handouts. Non-member registration includes ISCC membership through December 2012.

Fee before/after October 9th:
$250/$300 IS&T/SID members
$325/$375 non-members
$100/$100 students

Registration is being handled via the IS&T site: Register Now!

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