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Press Releases from Tridelity Display Solutions (4 total)

World’s First 3-D TV With Built-in Live Conversion in Big Format

High-end Entertainment at the Beyond Festival 2011 in Karlsruhe, Germany: With the click of a button, TRIDELITY transforms 2-D into glasses-free 3-D. KARLSRUHE, GERMANY - May 28 , 2011 - TRIDELITY AG, located in the Black Forest region of Germany, presented a sensational all-in-one consumer solution at this year’s Beyond Festival, which took place May 25-27 in Karlsruhe and was the first ever 3-D international festival. TRIDELITY unveiled a solution that converts

Glasses-free 3D becomes virtual reality

Tridelity presented a new virtual reality solution at the Laval Virtual 2011 in France St. Georgen, 14th of April 2011 – Together with its partner TechViz, TRIDELITY 3D TECHNOLOGIES presented a sensational virtual reality solution at the Laval Virtual 2011 in France from 6th until 10th of April 2011. Through a recently developed tracking system it is possible to navigate and interact with a 3D-model displayed on an autostereoscopic 3D monitor

3D digital signage: Scientific study proves that advertising works better in 3D

The SKOPOS Institute for market and communication research conducted a study on advertising in 3D in October 2010. In the study, 312 people were divided into two equal groups, each of whom were presented a commercial either in 3D or in 2D. The differences between the test groups were clear: the 3D viewers found the commercial to be modern, original and unique. After the test, 82% of the 3D viewers

Tridelity is Introducing the World’s First Glasses-free 3D-Multi-View Display …

Hoboken (NJ), St. Georgen (Germany) - June 21, 2010 Tridelity Display Solutions, a leading developer and producer of glasses-free 3D displays, is pleased to announce the launch of the World’s first glasses-free 3D-Multi-View displays in Portrait format. This latest innovation developed by Tridelity allows portrait 3D content to be viewed by multiple pass-byres simultaneously. Tridelity already offers a number of autostereoscopic Multi-View displays in landscape format. “Due to