• Media Technology

    Sebastian Spiegl

  • Technical Direction

    Sebastian Spiegl

  • Projection Design

    Sebastian Spiegl

ROBBING FROM THE DEAD IS NOT A CRIME IN INNOVATION LAND

If you look at the graveyards of innovative companies, and I mean the secret graveyards where they burrie the really “bad” ideas, then you will come to the conclusion that pareto got turned upside down. Of course, companies like Apple, Tesla or Microsoft seldom share their... → read more

VENTUZ3 - JSON to XML

Ventuz 3 does not have native JSON support. Although most Web APIs deliver XML some only deliver JSON data. To integrate data from the latter into a Ventuz 3 scene a library like Json.NET will help you manage this task. → read more

VENTUZ3 .NET REMOTING WITH PYTHON - PART 1

If you've written a lot of code in python and it scares you to switch over to C# to get/set properties and invoke methods inside a Ventuz scene or to use all this in a multi scene environment there is a solution for you - IronPython (Microsofts python derivate) supports the .NET Framework and you can import classes and methods from .dll files. → read more

Polygon based shared RGB gamut algorithm

In „Achieving color uniformity across multi projector displays“[1] A. Majumder (et al) formed a well known algorithm that addresses how to achieve colour uniformity across multiple projectors. Tiled walls with 3 Chip DLP/LCD projectors of the same make/model and therefore equal XYZ rgb gamut behaviour this complex algorithm can be simplified
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WORKING WITH MATRICES AND ARRAYS IN VENTUZ C# SCRIPTS

Unfortunately there's no direct intuitive way to modify elements of output arrays or matrices in Ventuz3 scripts. The Ventuz3 documentation says you have to assign the output array or matrices at once. But theres a step in between: → read more

HOW TO SAVE DATA TO XML FILES IN VENTUZ3

Wouldn't it be cool if Ventuz could save data directly to an XML file? Here is a solution, a C# script that saves data into (and also loads it form) an XML file. This C# script is easily extensible to work with integers and floats as well. → read more

the art challenges the technology, and the technology inspires the art
John Lasseter - Driector

Functions

Media technology is becoming a more and more important part of a companies communication strategy. Cinemas develop into multimedia simulators, museums grow to infotainment portals and TV-Shows become interactive live-events. At trade fairs and exhibitions large-screen technology will no longer be used only for product presentation.

Content is still King and multisensoral happenings will be the ultimate game changers.

Welcome to the future of media technology!!

Business Development

Implementing shifts from markets with subsiding profits (rental, maintenance, direct selling) into a high profit market of sophisticated, design oriented interaction technology to attract high potential clients with demand for cutting-edge products. Optimization of supply chain and assembly processes let products become hybrids: custom made AND quickly mass produced.

Technical Direction

Working collaboratively with designers and production management with responsibillity for the execution of a production. This process includes scheduling and developing technical elevations, supervising crews, and coordinating with involved departments.

Education

Pairing top visual designers and leading projection professionals with students to discuss technical and practical challenges involved in creating, programming, and mapping content. An entertaining journey through colour-science and the future of display-technology!
With mobile displays now having 500px per inch, making a 4K display is like civil engineering.
Bob Raikes

About

services

As a former field-engineer, multiprojector installation designer and HMI (human mashine interface) enthusiast sebastian spiegl advices media companys, design agencys and interaction designers in choosing and implementing latest display & interface technologies.

I also developed and brought to market several first-to-marked products (f.e: holographic, spherical and unusual shaped touch displays). Despite the customization intense target market (luxury brands, HighTech, BioTech, military) this products bring in high profits even when sold by distributors.

skills

  • 10 years in the media technology industry
  • 15 years of coding for the tech-industry
  • Broadcast experience!
  • strong background in mechatronics
  • led international teams on projects all over the world

Technology is a queer thing. It brings you great gifts with one hand, and it stabs you in the back with the other.
Carrie Snow

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Media Technology Consultant

Sebastian Spiegl

Riedener Weg 17
82319 Starnberg
office@sebastianspiegl.de

Phone:

+49 170 / 2725735
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