Jan. 4, 2012
Magnetic 3D, a global provider of autostereoscopic "glasses-free" 3-D displays and digital signage solutions, today announced it will be exhibiting its next generation of glasses-free 3-D content during the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on an exclusive basis and by invitation only.
Magnetic 3D will be hosting private showcases for select companies at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas the entire week of Jan. 9-13. Interested parties who have not yet received an invitation may request one by contacting Magnetic 3D directly. Private meetings are being granted on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition, Magnetic 3D technology and optimized content will be on display at the WIRED Café @ CES, a private reception hosted by WIRED and Condé Nast. The content is exemplary of Magnetic 3D's unique ability to produce glasses-free 3D visuals for the event and entertainment industries.
Magnetic 3D's proprietary Enabl3D technology provides audiences with a realistic visual experience that includes both captivating off-screen "pop" and the immersive perception of depth on what would otherwise be a flat display. Magnetic 3D said its technology allows for unparalleled glasses-free 3-D experiences at events and retail point-of-sale. The 3-D creative content can be synchronized across multiple displays and controlled remotely as a network.
"We are thrilled to share our glasses-free 3-D technology with a select audience at CES," said Michael Dorin, VP of business development and operations at Magnetic 3D, in the announcement. "Having the opportunity to work with world-class brands on the biggest technology stage is a huge source of pride for our company."
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