[AG-TECH] ViDe 2006: 8th Annual SURA/ViDe Digital Video Conference (fwd)
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Thu Dec 8 21:47:42 CST 2005
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Andrew Daviel, TRIUMF, Canada
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Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2005 12:43:12 -0500 (EST)
From: chodge5 at utk.edu
To: megacon at lists.acs.ohio-state.edu
Subject: ViDe 2006: 8th Annual SURA/ViDe Digital Video Conference
Please mark your calendars for ViDe 2006, the 8th Annual SURA/ViDe Digital Video Conference March 27-30, 2006. Hold those dates and plan to attend.
This conference has become recognized as the essential annual learning event in collaborative audio/video conferencing, streaming video, and storing/serving video-on-demand. Conference content will include examples of digital video projects in the research and education community and information on big video, SIP migration, H.264, video preservation, new conferencing technologies, K-12 applications, technology in the medical community, real time collaboration, firewalls, public broadcasting, voice over IP, open-source interactive media, digital libraries, and search engines. There will also be a general session to hear from the exhibitors.
In addition, two post-conference workshops will be offered on Thursday, March 30:
- Advanced Topics in Audio/Video Conferencing
- Internet2 Commons Site Coordinator Training and/or Big Video
The 2006 conference will be held at Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia (http://www.gatechhotel.com ). More details will become available at: http://www.vide.net/conferences/spr2006 .
Don't miss this event of the year for video applications in the research and education community!
- The ViDe 2006 Conference Planning Committee
Formed in 1998, ViDe (Video Development Initiative, http://www.vide.net ) is an international organization with the mission to promote the development and deployment of digital video technologies in research and higher education. ViDe's working groups:
- Developed the highly acclaimed Video Conferencing Cookbook, now in its fourth revision;
- Led H.323 deployment in higher education with the Large Scale Video Network Prototype;
- Developed the globally deployed ViDeNet H.323 network;
- Provided the underlying architecture for the Internet2 Commons;
- Developed a metadata application profile for digital video description and access, the most recent version using MPEG-7;
- Continue to provide H.323 leadership through their work in the development of video middleware including the recent release of a new videoconferencing standard, ITU H.350.
Oregon Health & Science University
3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Road
Portland Oregon 97239
kniesner at ohsu.edu
(ViDe planning committee lead)
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