Presente3D, the stereoscopic 3D add-on for Microsoft PowerPoint, announced today that it released an updated version of its 3D presentation software that allows the program to be used in creating presentations for digital signage applications.
According to a press release, the latest version of Presente3D supports the creation of 3D slideshows through its integration into PowerPoint so that looping presentations can be made, with no special hardware requirements necessary.
In addition, support has been added for commonly used interlaced 3D for passive 3D displays which allow users to utilize less expensive 3D eyewear for viewing presentations, according to the announcement.
"Many of our customers have been using Presente3D for digital signage applications," said Alexei Chapko, director of business development at Presente3D, "and with the latest release of Presente3D, we have given them the support for easily creating presentations with software that they are using today."
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