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Old 19-12-2008
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Alioscopy 3D Display Requires No Glasses

Alioscopy? USA, a leading 3D technology provider, today announced that TTE Corporation (a wholly-owned subsidiary of TCL Multimedia Technology Holdings Ltd), one of the world’s largest consumer electronics manufacturers, will feature demonstrations of Alioscopy’s state-of-the-art, 3DHD autostereoscopic (no glasses required) 3D LCD display and content creation technology in its Booth #12125, Las Vegas Convention Center, Central Hall) at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) taking place in Las Vegas, January 8 – 11, 2009. CES is the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow and the industry's largest educational forum to help companies expand their businesses and understand new technology. Alioscopy’s advanced 3D technology has been garnering positive reviews since its debut at InfoComm 2008, where it was awarded a coveted “Best Buzz” award; a top honor bestowed each year on new products or technologies deemed exciting and that generated the most “buzz” with analysts, press and conference attendees. The Alioscopy technology is available through direct sales and licensing agreements. It is ideal for use in a variety of industries, including media and entertainment (film, video, casino gaming and advertising/digital signage), scientific, medical, architectural, and design visualization; all benefiting from Alioscopy’s unparalleled clarity, depth, brilliance and real-time capabilities

Alioscopy’s 3D technology is known for being an experience that must be seen and felt to be believed. CES conference attendees and press who wish to “just feel it™” for themselves, are encouraged to come by the TTE Booth #12125 where demonstrations of Alioscopy’s 3DHD 40-in. monitor displaying custom 3D content will be shown daily during CES.

“All indicators suggest that dramatic technological change is opening up new vistas and continued demand around the world for digital signage products and services with advertisers and brands,” said Philippe Roche, CEO of Alioscopy USA. “As a strategic partner with TTE, Alioscopy is honored for the opportunity to demonstrate our powerful autostereoscopic display technology in their booth at CES, and explore opportunities in the emerging 3D digital signage market in China, and beyond, that don’t require the cumbersome need for glasses.”

Alioscopy Digital Signage

In development over the past fourteen years, Alioscopy’s 3D display product, the 3DHD, developed and manufactured by Alioscopy, features a highly specialized lenticular lens that results in a truly immersive and memorable experience for the viewer. Roche emphasizes that the groundbreaking technology affords new opportunities in the burgeoning digital signage arena, especially for the promotion of 3D entertainment projects.

“The 3D market is exploding with major film studios currently investing heavily in 3D stereoscopic film projects. For companies seeking creative ways to promote digital signage entertainment content, reinforce messaging and grab people’s attention, Alioscopy monitors installed in theater lobbies, retail environments and other high traffic areas, will enable the public to sneak-preview traditional stereoscopic 3D (glasses-required) films, live concerts, and more, without glasses; creating a financial boon to content developers, advertisers and film studios.”

The Alioscopy Technology

Alioscopy monitors are available in both 24-inch and 40-inch models; offering multi-view solutions, for multiple ergonomic uses, and the flat-screen technology can be easily installed almost anywhere. Size options enable content developers or advertisers to choose the solution that is best suited for a particular need—be it pre-visualization, production, post-production or promotion.

Alioscopy’s underlying open architecture provides an end-to-end solution that allows standard video to be shown and 3D content to be developed and rendered with leading off-the-shelf 3D software applications such as Autodesk? 3ds? Max, Autodesk? Maya?, Softimage|XSI?, MAXON CINEMA 4D and NewTek Lightwave 3D?. Real-time capabilities enhance the experience even further by allowing the viewer to interact with 3D content as if moving through a video game. Alioscopy offers scripts and plug-ins along with a proprietary mixing software that works with proprietary visualization and 3D software. The company also offers customized support and consulting services geared to get any customer up and running quickly.
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Re: Alioscopy 3D Display Requires No Glasses

Not too sure whether the effect of viewing 3D images sans glasses will have on a person in the long run, but hopefully there won't be any feelings of nausea.
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