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The LDV Vision Summit, running May 24th and 25th at the SVA Theatre (333 West 23rd St, New York, NY), will examine the future of digital imaging. Organized by Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital, the summit brings together top technologists, visionaries, startups, media/brand executives and investors to explore how imaging and video technologies will empower or disrupt businesses and society now and in the future. Computational photography, computer vision and other technologists and thought leaders will be rubbing shoulders and exchanging ideas and insights with content creators, photographers, and investors all of who are working in the emerging visual technology eco-system.
While digital photography and video is not new in fact the creator of the show was one of the first photo editors on the Internet in 1995, there is a quickening of pace and convergence of technologies and creators taking place that is transforming the digital or what can also be called computational photography and computation video landscape. Of course currently virtual reality is gaining a lot of public, press, and investor interest, and will form one of the central themes of this year LDV Vision Summit. A play on words about the envisioning the future of computer vision as it applies to new creative and content possibilities.
Huge numbers of images and photos are created and shared everyday and many of us are aware of the impact of photo and video sharing. However, few of us are aware of perhaps even care about the computational work that takes place in the background that enables beautiful images and video possible. This year will see further innovations such as the Light camera that harnesses multiple smartphone lens and computational solutions blurring the lines between conventional digital photography and small form factor pocketable digital photography and video with the power of DSLR devices.
The first day of the LDV Vision Summit is a technology deep dive featuring the technologists talking about what is just around the corner and in some cases just around two or three corners in the future of pocketable small form factor photography and video, and computational photography and video. Topics being covered include Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Augmented Reality, and all topics related to Visual Content. We will hear about possibilities, challenges and be offered glimpses of the future including new emerging vision markets like virtual reality and augmented reality. The second day we’ll be getting down to business and also talking product for commercial content creators and distributors, technology platforms, and the investment opportunities. The second day features talks about the revenue opportunities and avoiding being disrupted by old and new competitors. Among the topics being discussed will be the future of cameras, visual analytics, advanced advertising, distribution and publishing.
The LDV Vision Summit also rewards both the technology and business innovators with its awards that take place on each day, on the first day awarding technology innovation in computer vision, and day two awarding business innovation.
During the two days of a conference just three years old, attendees will hear presentations and panels with speakers from household technology names like Facebook, Apple, Google, GoPro, Microsoft, Samsung, Yahoo/Flickr and others, content businesses like NBC Universal, Mark Burnett Content Studio, Hearst, Refinery 29 and innovators like Magic Leap, JauntVR, OlaPic, Lytro, and investors like First Round Capital, Spark Capital, Greylock Partners, Pereg Ventures, and Rothenberg Ventures.
Evan Nisselson who created the Vision Summit conference is a serial entrepreneur, digital media expert, and professional photographer since the early 1990s. Evan is professional photographer who was an early convert to digital photography and the potential of smartphones as small footprint digital photographic devices.
Those who should attend the Vision Summit are:
To learn more, go to: http://www.ldv.co/visionsummit/
LDV Vision SummitMay 24 - 25, 2016
SVA Theatre333 W. 23rd St.New York, NY
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