About the Author
Glenn Kennel has worked in technology development in the motion picture industry for over 25 years, pioneering the application of digital technology to the filmmaking process He started his career with Eastman Kodak in 1980, and participated in the development of Kodak High Speed Negative Film 5293.
In the mid-1980s, Kennel assembled a project team and led the development of a prototype HDTV telecine that later provided the basis for the Philips Spirit Datacine. In 1989, he worked with Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) to build the first linear CCD scanner for motion picture film scanning.
Kennel was also the architect of the Cineon digital film system in 1990 and led the development of the Cineon CCD film scanner and film recorder ...