Arnold & Richter Cine Technik GmbH (ARRI)
In recognition of its groundbreaking products, ARRI has over the years been presented with 16 awards by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Most recently, the developers of the ARRISCAN were honored by the Academy with a 2010 Scientific and Engineering Award.
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Dr. Johannes Steurer is Principal Engineer in the R&D department of Arnold & Richter Cine Technik. Currently his main task is to evaluate existing technologies for 3D acquisition in the field of motion picture applications and to lead the research on new 3D technologies at Arri, comprising stereo-3D, 3D laser scanning, and other new technologies for depth sensing.
Johannes Steurer received his Dr.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University Munich in 1992. He joined Arri in 1994. During the first years he was technical manager of the newly founded digital film postproduction group. Later he moved to R&D as project manager for the Arrilaser film recorder. Among others he was responsible for the development of an archive scanner prototype under the EU project RACINE-S (IST-2001-37117).
He is recipient of several awards including two Cinec Awards and one Scientific and Engineering Award of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2002.
Dieter Schrottmayer is responsible for financial controlling and project controlling at ARRI Austria. After his PhD in 1997 he became project leader and project coordinator for several European Research projects within Framework 4 and 5. His technical backgrounds are application of lasers, laser material processing, laser soldering, infrared measurement techniques, and technologies for mine detection.