"John’s operational knowledge has already accelerated the pre-launch of Trusight’s ‘HDR Everywhere’ solution into a global marketplace,” said Scott Slater, Trusight’s Founder and CEO.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2016
Trusight, Inc. announced the appointment of John Medica to the company’s Advisory Board. “John Medica’s extensive experience in high technology brings substantial depth of product and operational knowledge for launching innovative technologies into a global marketplace,” said Scott Slater, Trusight’s Founder and CEO. “John brings insight into the integration of Trusight’s software solution and our unique ability to deliver the promise of this exciting next generation ‘HDR Everywhere’ experience to the existing 8 billion 8 bit displays in the world.”
John Medica joins Trusight having served as Vice Chairman and Corporate Adviser of Compal Group, as a director of National Instruments, as Senior Vice President of Product Development at Dell and in several key product development and executive roles at Apple.
“The market now agrees the largest growth opportunity in this space moving forward is in mobile video and steaming video. With increasing viewership of video on devices, in addition to content and social media sites such as Facebook moving towards live video broadcast, Trusight’s unique and groundbreaking DLM technology will allow mobile devices to be the primary conduit for HDR video viewing for consumers, regardless of environmental conditions,” said Medica.
Trusight is raising the bar for improved video viewing using its innovative solution to deliver better 8 bit HDR image and video quality with the smallest solution footprint heretofore unavailable in the market. Trusight’s lightweight Dynamic Luminance Management™ (DLM) client can be easily integrated into the streaming delivery environment enabling mobile device users to enjoy the full HDR 8 bit video viewing experience despite disparate ambient light conditions.
“Trusight’s DLM platform is the most lightweight visual content optimizing solution available today. It provides more information with fewer bits, less disruptive power savings and greater clarity and intelligibility for the delivery of next-generation content,” said Scott Slater. “Most importantly, it is deployable across all network distribution channels or by the user on-demand on their devices. It is the first truly ubiquitous HDR everywhere solution for the market,” said Slater.
John Medica joins a dynamic team of industry icons on Trusight’s advisory board which include: Vincent Laforet - Pulitzer Prize winning photographer and cinematographers; Kent Pritchett – Colorist/Partner at Color A Go Go; Jon Peddie – President and Founder of JPR; Camillio Martino – Former CEO Silicon Image and Executive Advisor; Brad Buss – Chief Financial Officer of SolarCity; Tom Kosnik - Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies at Stanford’s Technology Venture Program; and Ted Vucurevich, former Chief Technology Officer of Cadence and founder of Enconcert.
For a side-by-side video demonstration of Trusight’s technology, or more information, see http://www.trusight.com. Follow Trusight on Twitter @TrusightVision and on Facebook at TrusightDLM.
About Trusight, Inc.
Trusight’s Dynamic Luminance Management (DLM) solution integrates the company’s patented solution for delivering the true HDR experience across all platforms and devices, and across all access points across the delivery ecosystem. DLM offers a real time client ecosystem that seamlessly enhances OTT pipelines. Implemented separately or together in media players, on devices by users, in the cloud or in the post production suite, DLM supports an enhanced HDR experience that can be enjoyed on 8 billion devices across the globe using existing 8 and 10 bit content sources. Based in Silicon Valley, Trusight launched its DLM HDR solution to adaptively take into account ambient light conditions, available power, type of display, delivery bandwidth and the content itself (i.e. HDR, SDR) to deliver the best user experience for the lowest possible cost available today. For more information, visit http://www.trusight.com.