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There are 6 blogs written by Eric Klassen.

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The Near Future. Diverse Thinkers Wanted: 10 Fun Facts

August 8, 2019

This week, at our Summer Conference, we released a short film titled The Near Future. Diverse Thinkers Wanted. The fourth installment in our Near Future series focusing on light field technology, mixed reality and AI, the film highlights how our broadband networks and increased connectivity keeps everyone in the workplace seamlessly connected and more creative. Here […]

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The Future of Extended Reality

March 27, 2019

The Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) has become one of the most influential and innovative film festivals in the United States. It might seem strange that CableLabs, a core technology company, was invited to participate in the festival’s creative conversations about the future of narrative media. Technology and the arts have always fed off of […]

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10 Fun Facts about our Film The Near Future. Ready for Anything.

August 9, 2018

“Ideas without execution are a hobby, and true innovators are not in the hobby business.” — Phil McKinney This week at our Summer Conference we released a short a film titled The Near Future. Ready for Anything. The third in our Near Future series focusing on virtual reality and AI, the film highlights how our broadband networks […]

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The Near Future of AI Media

December 7, 2017

CableLabs is developing artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that are helping pave the way to an emerging paradigm of media experiences. We’re identifying architecture and compute demands that will need to be handled in order to deliver these kinds of experiences, with no buffering, over the network. The Emerging AI Media Paradigm Aristotle ranks story as […]

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A Look into the Near Future

August 8, 2016

CableLabs has done something surprising for an Innovation and R&D Lab. They have released a short film that provides a vision of possibilities arising from the high speed low latency networks that will connect our homes, businesses and mobile devices in the not too far distant future. Portraying a number of vignettes in the life […]

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Active Story: How Virtual Reality is Changing Narratives

November 3, 2015

I love story, it’s why I got into filmmaking. I love the archetypal form of the written story, the many compositional techniques to achieve a visual story, and using layers of association to tell story with sound. But most of all, I love story because of its capacity to teach. Telling a story to teach […]

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