Glasses-Free 3D Showcased at Microsoft WPC by Omnivex, IdentityMine and Magnetic 3D

Magnetic glasses-free 3DThe global leader in glasses free 3D display solutions, Magnetic 3D, attended The Worldwide Partner Conference by Microsoft in Washington D.C. held from the 11th of July to the 15th of Jult, 2010, along with its partners including the certified Microsoft development parntner that specializes in interactive user experiences creation through inventive design, IdentityMine, and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and provider of enterprise software for digital signage networks, Omnivex Corporation.

The three companies have developed a solution for displaying glasses-free 3D content in environments out of the home by combining their screens, operating systems and display techologies.

“Given the complexity of producing glasses-free 3D, it takes truly innovative technology and creative minds to develop solutions that work in real world environments,” said Tom Zerega, CEO of Magnetic 3D. “Working with Omnivex and IdentityMine, we’re proud to be attending WPC to showcase how glasses-free 3D can be created, delivered and displayed to innovate out-of-home advertising and communications.”

“With the amount of visual competition in our daily lives, getting out-of-home content noticed is more challenging than ever before,” said Mark Brown, CEO of IdentityMine. “Displays need to stand out in order to seize consumers’ attention, then create a sense of wonder to keep them watching. Glasses-free 3D helps to break through the visual clutter, so we’re excited about the innovative solution we’ve developed in conjunction with Magnetic 3D and Omnivex.”

“Glasses-free 3D content is a great example of extending our platform to deliver exciting new content,” explained Doug Bannister, CEO & Director of Software Development, Omnivex. “Magnetic 3D and IdentityMine were able to easily add support for the new file types and playback technology to display high-quality autostereoscopic 3D content. This process is the ideal solution for displaying gorgeous graphics that literally jump off the screen and grab consumer attention.”

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