A few places are still open for the ISF Commercial special Training and Certification Course, May 29 - 30 at the facilities of Texas Instruments/DLP in Plano, TX (a suburb of Dallas). But registration closes the end of this week.
ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) Commercial, under the direction of Alan Brawn, exists to establish standards and training to ensure that display devices are set up and calibrated for the best possible image quality throughout the life of an installation. Since being launched at InfoComm in 2007, the ISF Commercial program has seen rapid growth as commercial AV installers, including those working in the booming digital signage arena, have seen the value and need to differentiate themselves in the market and take their display expertise to the next level.
The ISF Commercial Course, directed and taught by display industry veteran Brawn, is dedicated to the attainment of perfect images on screen, the understanding and adoption of standards, and the testing and certification that recognizes excellence in display calibration. The ISF Commercial Calibration and Certification Course offers the most advanced methodology and certification in the pursuit of that goal. In the intensive two-day seminar, each display technology is reviewed in terms of performance capabilities, as well as limitations. A hands-on lab illustrates detailed calibration processes for front and rear projection as well as flat panel displays providing the procedural elements as well as the "art" that permits the calibrator to maximize the image on screen. An examination is provided at the end of the course for those wanting to become ISF Commercial Certified.