Gaming Gets Even More Immersive with iZ3D Monitors Coming to Select iGames Centers

Leading Game Center Organization to Showcase Revolutionary New 3 Dimensional (3D) Monitors at 10 Locations Across North America

San Diego & Mountain View, CA—April 09, 2007 – iZ3D, LLC, manufacturer of the revolutionary iZ3D™ monitor for gamers has reached an agreement with iGames, the world’s leading game center organization. The company will showcase iZ3D monitors at 10 strategic locations throughout North America, allowing gamers to experience popular current games in 3D.


Participating iGames centers, each with two 17" demonstrational iZ3D units, include:
 
• CyberHub (Levittown, PA)
• Euphenet Cyber Cafev3 (San Jose, CA)
• Extreme PC Gaming (Temecula, CA)
• FunkyLAN (Lexington, KY)
• Gigabits LAN Center (Orlando, FL)
• InterPeer (Williamstown, NJ)
• New Media ArenA (Marietta, GA)
• Sin City PC (Las Vegas, NV)
• Xtreme Gaming CyberCafe (San Antonio, TX)
• X3O Gaming Center (Rockville, MD)

“The next trend in immersive video and gaming viewing is here. More movies and games are now designed for 3D viewing. Due to improvements in video technology, our upcoming 22” widescreen 3D monitors are ideal for casual to professional gamers. The advanced technology is compatible with almost all current gaming or word processing applications and allows users to adjust the 3D environment intensity,” stated David Chechelashvili Vice President of Marketing for iZ3D LLC.

“Many gamers have been looking for the next level of excitement in their every -day game play. iZ3D’s amazing 3D monitors deliver that level of excitement, and is one product gaming enthusiasts want to have,” stated Mark Nielsen, Executive Director of iGames. “We are very excited about this opportunity to showcase an incredible new gaming technology to our community of tech -savvy influencers.”

“The iZ3D monitor offers great image quality, a wide viewing angle and accommodates multiple users. It does not give player’s headaches, motion sickness or disorientation as earlier 3D versions did. This allows for extended periods of game play and is compatible with most current games,” Chechelashvili added.

The bright 17” demo units with 3D LCD Technology makes it possible to view realistic 3D images with the provided polarized glasses. The touch of a button switches the display to 2D viewing for applications such as word processing, spreadsheets or e -mail, with the same clarity expected from a normal LCD monitor. A wide viewing angle allows four to six people to experience 3D action at the same time, with great image quality.

iZ3D is an advanced video monitor capable of displaying impressive into -screen and out -of -screen 3D images with a variety of passive polarized glasses.

The new 22” widescreen monitor offers 1680 x 1050 resolution, up to a170 -degree viewing angle, 5 ms response time, 600:1 contrast ratio, 16.7 -million colors, and requires a video card with two connectors. The new monitor will be available in May and priced at $999.00

About iZ3D, LLC??Headquartered in San Diego, iZ3D, LLC, develops and markets iZ3D brand products for the electronic entertainment market as well as for commercial and professional visualization applications. Three -dimensional imaging is gaining appreciable attention in the display market, and interest in the various iZ3D visualization technologies is rapidly increasing.

Due to the popularity of the initial iZ3D monitor product from Neurok Optics LLC, a US -based 3D technology developer and marketing company, a new joint venture has formed with Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO), a Taiwan -based leading worldwide TFT -LCD manufacturing company.

The newly formed company specializes in the design and engineering of advanced 3D visualization products, and specifically targets Game and Entertainment as its initial markets. For more information, visit http://www.iz3d.com.

About iGames?iGames, Inc. offers a wide range of services to help independent and franchised game centers. iGames’ mission is to promote and develop the growth of the game center industry. Its services unite game centers with the goal of establishing them as the driving force enabling the interactive entertainment industry to become the number one form of entertainment around the world. iGames has established strong relationships with industry leaders to provide a wide variety of products, services and programs to member game centers and gamers including software licensing, hardware discounts, exclusive game premieres, tournaments, and game nights. Today the company counts well over 500 centers and 1.2 million gamers, initiating and co -organizing more than 200 events a year. To learn more about iGames, go to www.igames.org.


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Media Contacts

Carol Warren
Antarra Communications for iZ3D LLC
(714) 891 -3660
cwarren@antarra.com

Bill Lessard
iGames
(914) 476 -6089
wlessard@igames.org

(c)2007 iZ3D, LLC. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All other trademarks are the property of their respective companies.

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