ISF - Imaging Science Foundation



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Founded by Joe Kane and run today by Joel Silver, the ISF is a company that trains today's video calibrators how to get the most from HDTVs, projectors and other video devices. The ISF, much like THX, also works with companies to test and approve their products so that they meet the ISF's high video standards.

Joel Silver's business model today is two fold. He trains high end video calibrators around the world including many at Best Buy as well as helping companies make more video savvy and calibrated products.

The Imaging Science Foundation worked with Monster Cable to make one of the most easy to use video calibration discs in the market today.

Compare The Monster ISF Video Calibration Disc to:

• Digital Video Essentials
AVIA
Disney's WOW calibration disc


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