The Science of Seeing for the Business of Video

Dr. Zhou Wang Wins Emmy with Dr. Abdul Rehman, Richard Turton and Ling Loerchner by his side at the Television Academy's Ceremony 2015

Watch a video and ask yourself a simple question: How good is the quality of the image? Like most people, the answer is easy. But how would a computer answer? Where would it even begin? Read the introduction.

Best for: Video engineers, architects, artists and business professionals responsible for preparing and delivering motion pictures and television.
Featuring: Emmy Award winning engineers Drs. Abdul Rehman and Zhou Wang.

Science of Seeing
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January 11, 2019

Pseudo QoE versus True QoE

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October 1, 2018

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September 21, 2018

The Quality Paradigm: Monitoring and Controlling Hundreds of Thousands of Connections

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