Get Into The Game With The New 22 inch iZ3D Widescreen 3D Monitor

3D Monitor Designed for Gamers Will Be Previewed at CES New Polarized Glasses Styles Will Also Be Introduced At The Show

San Diego, Calif. - - January 2, 2007 - - Neurok Optics, LLC, designer, developer, and marketer of advanced 3D visualization systems, will preview a new iZ3D brand 22 inch widescreen 3D LCD monitor at CES 2007. Designed to replace a standard two -dimensional monitor, it offers commercial -grade image quality and display brightness, while supporting long -term viewing without causing fatigue or eyestrain. The 22 inch monitor will be available for pre -order Q1 2007.


CES attendees can see the new 22 inch monitor on display and speak with iZ3D personnel at the NEXGEN MediaTech, Inc Booth 70605 at the Sands. The monitor will also be showcased in the Westinghouse booth 21707 in South Hall.

'The 22 -inch widescreen version of the iZ3D monitor gives players the experience of physically being in the game,' stated Thomas Striegler, CEO of Neurok Optics, LLC. 'Immersive 3D gaming is no longer science fiction. Our 3D monitors demonstrate the unbelievable 3D realism that we provide to the casual, amateur and professional gamer. If you are interested in the future of gaming, take the time to see the iZ3D monitor in action at CES.'

To maximize the gaming experience, Neurok Optics will also be introducing a variety of new fashionable polarized glasses for 3D monitor viewing at CES. The advanced 22 inch widescreen iZ3D video monitor displays impressive into and out -of -screen 3D images with passive polarized glasses in a variety of new styles. Its advanced technology is compatible with popular applications, and users can easily switch between 3D and 2D viewing.

iZ3D 3D monitors incorporate advances in technology that create significant proprietary, competitive, and technical advantages over other display systems. Neurok Optics' engineers developed this unique technology to create an adjustable 3D environment without causing eyestrain, spatial disorientation or headaches. In 3D mode, viewers can see clear, bright and sharp 3D images and videos wearing passive, lightweight glasses, thus eliminating shutter glasses, goggles, or helmets.

All popular brands of current PC's equipped with a dual output video card will power the monitor. Smart capabilities allow it to be used for regular 2D office tasks as well as 3D viewing. Specifications include: 1680 x 1050 resolution; up to 170 -degree viewing angle; 5 ms response time; 600:1 contrast ratio; and 16.7 -million colors.

About Neurok Optics, LLC
Founded in 2001, privately held Neurok Optics, LLC is in the visualization and advanced information display business. Currently three -dimensional imaging is gaining appreciable attention in the display market, and interest in Neurok Optics' various 3D visualization technologies is rapidly increasing. It is headquartered in San Diego, CA., from where it directs its marketing, management, and public relations efforts.

The Company specializes in the design and engineering of advanced 3D visualization products that feature the integration of advanced technologies into complex products and processes. It specifically targets Game and Entertainment as initial markets.

Contact:
Carol Warren
Antarra Communications
(714) 891 -3660
cwarren@antarra.com

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