Goldman, Michael
July 2005
Millimeter;Jul2005, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p9
Trade Publication
Reports that Media.net's high definition Screening Room Viewer dailies application went mobile for the first time when producers of "Monster-in-Law" combined the system with a laptop-controlled IVG D-ILA projector and a movie screen inside a mobile trailer supplied and configured by Vendetti Mobile of Los Angeles. Transfer of the dailies from film; Printing film for dailies projection.


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