Chris Chinnock

Chris Chinnock is the Founder/President of Insight Media. He is a consultant/analyst/blogger/event producer covering the professional AV, display, cinema, broadcast and consumer electronics industries. Free-to-access white papers can be found on with blogs on this site as well as Chris can be reached at 203-831-8464 or

More OLED-on-Silicon to Come from New Joint-Venture


One of the display technologies that is being used in Virtual Reality (VR) headsets is OLED-on-Silicon. Recently, a new partnership was formed between US-based Kopin and two Chinese partners: BOE and Olightek. The three have agreed to form a Joint Venture (JV) to build new state-of-the-art OLED-on-Silicon manufacturing facility in China to serve anticipated needs […]

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White paper details how quantum dot technology expands TV’s color range and enhances HDR


NORWALK, Conn. – November 14, 2016 – Insight Media announced today the release of a new white paper that delves into the science behind quantum dot technology as it pertains to displays. Insight Media’s Chris Chinnock authored the white paper, Quantum Dots will Power Display Products to the Next Level, which details a range of […]

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HDR and WCG for ProAV?


Anyone in the ProAV markets needs to also track what is going on in the consumer electronics world – especially what happens at CES each year. There were many important developments in virtual and augmented reality, wearables, PCs, projection, connectivity and more. I spent my time focused on another hop topic related mostly to TVs […]

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“Internet of Display…” Are you Viewing Your Information Through a Straw?


Most of you have probably heard of the term Internet of Things (IoT) which refers to the fact that millions and soon, probably billions of devices will be connected to information via the Internet. Recently Andrew (Drew) Jamison at Scalable Displays has been chirping about what he calls  the “Internet of Display” (IoD). Since reading […]

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Options for Wired Infrastructure Multiply Creating New Opportunities


It used to be that organizations would set up multiple wired infrastructure networks to handle phone, data, video, audio, control, security, KVM, etc. Now, multiple options are emerging that can allow one or two networks to do all the stuff of multiple networks in the past. That is creating lots of new opportunities for hardware, […]

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A Vision of Future Displays


Wouldn’t you like to know what display technology will look like in 10-15 years? Well according to one visionary, the future of displays, and image for that matter, is light field technology. Prognosticating this future is none other than Candice Brown Elliott, the inventor of the PenTile matrix and a host of IP related to […]

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InfoComm Offers a Plethora of Collaborations Solutions


Practically everyone now offers a collaboration solution was the clear take away from my recent visit to InfoComm 2014. From telecons to document sharing; from video calling to video conferencing; solutions in all shapes and sizes could be had. I met with a number of companies at InfoComm and learned about many solutions, but clearly […]

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Dolby Reveals Details Behind Dolby Vision


As CES 2014 opened in Las Vegas, Dolby Laboratories, (San Francisco, Calif.) unveiled its new imaging technology called Dolby Vision. This camera to display solution allows for the presentation of higher brightness, wider color gamut and higher contrast images than are possible today (see related article). At CES, several demonstrations will be show with commercial […]

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BYOD Collaboration Takes Center Stage


One of the most visible themes at this year’s Projection Summit and InfoComm was the emergence of multiple solutions aimed at Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) collaboration.  Companies we talked with that are supporting this trend included Barco, Mersive, TideBreak, Christie, Epson, and Mitsubishi – but there are many more.  What is clear is that […]

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Hybrid Projector Side by Side Demo Big Hit at Projection Summit


One of the highlights of the just-concluded Projection Summit was the hybrid side by side demonstration. This featured four hybrid projectors, sometimes called lampfree, lampless, laser, alternative light source, zero-lamp or solid state projectors, running the same content so attendees could do a fair comparison of the image quality. Projectors from Casio, Panasonic, Sony and […]

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