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Mechdyne’s VP of Research and Development to present at IS&T/SPIE’s Electronic Imaging Symposium
Mechdyne’s VP of Research and Development, Kurt Hoffmeister, will present a paper entitled “Method to test and quantify 3D active shutter glasses,” at the International Symposium on Electronic Imaging, February 3-7 in San Francisco, CA.
Hoffmeister serves as Vice President of Research and Development for Mechdyne Corporation, since co-founding the company in 1996. He is a recognized pioneer and worldwide expert in large-screen virtual reality and simulation system design, installation, and integration. A licensed professional engineer with several patents, he earned a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University. Hoffmeister’
The 2013 Electronic Imaging Symposium will feature 24 technical conferences covering all aspects of electronic imaging, from image sensing to display and hard copy. It is organized by IS&T and SPIE.
The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T), is an international non-profit dedicated to keeping members and others apprised of the latest developments in fields related to imaging science through conferences, educational programs, publications, and its website. IS&T encompasses all aspects of imaging, with particular emphasis on digital printing, electronic imaging, color science, photofinishing, image preservation, silver halide, pre-press technology, and hybrid imaging systems.
About Mechdyne Corporation
Mechdyne is one of the world’s leading providers of innovative visual information technologies. The company bends technology in ways that transform complex data into insights and ideas. To ensure customers succeed, Mechdyne provides comprehensive, customized solutions that include consulting, software, technical services and hardware integration. Mechdyne, with offices around the world, serves a global customer base. Customers include: leading government laboratories, energy companies, universities, manufacturing and design firms, U.S. armed forces, and other users of visual information technologies. Visit www.mechdyne.com for more information.