Tessive has a full-page ad in this month's American Cinematographer magazine, page 57.
Incidentally, the article following our ad on page 60 is a really excellent article by Christopher Probst entitledDecoding Digital Imagers: Part 1. He has an outstanding section explaining spatial aliasing and Nyquist rate in digital sensors. This is exactly the same math the Time Filter addresses, except where digital sensors deal with spatial aliasing, we deal with temporal aliasing (same math, different dimension.)
Think of the Time Filter as an Optical Lowpass Filter, except for time instead of space. Same thing.