Glasses-Free 3D Expands At DSE 2012

Magnetic 3D Showcases Glasses-Free 3D In Multiple Locations During Digital Signage Expo 2012

NEW YORK, NY - February 29, 2012 - Magnetic 3D, the global leader in autostereoscopic "glasses-free" 3D displays and digital signage solutions, today announced it will be exhibiting the next generation of glasses-free 3D in multiple locations during the 2012 Digital Signage Expo (DSE).


In partnership with Dynasign, a technology and service provider for the growing digital signage network market, Magnetic 3D will demonstrate the future of networked glasses-free 3D digital signage solutions in DSE Exhibition Booth #1143, March 7-8, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The companies will showcase their ability to deploy and manage eye-catching glasses-free 3D digital-out-of-home content as part of the world's largest international trade show dedicated to digital signage, interactive technology, and out-of-home networks.

In addition to its presence at the show, Magnetic 3D will be hosting private showcases for select companies in their Product Demonstration Suite at Caesar's Palace the entire week of March 5-9. On an exclusive basis, Magnetic 3D will be demonstrating the most exciting advancement in glasses-free 3D solutions to hit the market, as well as new 3D content. Private meetings are now being scheduled; Interested parties who have not yet received an invitation may request one by contacting Michael Dorin on +1 (212) 747-0770 x103.

Through a new joint-venture focused on experiential marketing and customer engagement, Magnetic 3D will also be featured as a Content Award Nominee at the DSE 2012 Awards Dinner on Wednesday, March 7 from 7-9 PM at Caesar's Palace. As part of DSE's annual showcase of the industry's best work, the Digital Content Awards honor innovative and compelling content created for digital signage and digital out-of-home networks.

"We are excited to demonstrate our glasses-free 3D solutions in multiple locations and to a variety of audiences," said Thomas Zerega, Founder and CEO of Magnetic 3D. "Whether you are interested in glasses-free 3D for digital networks, real-time gaming, or an unparalleled experience at events and retail point-of-sale, Magnetic 3D has a compelling solution with proven ROI."

About Magnetic 3D

Headquartered in New York City, Magnetic 3D (www.magnetic3d.com) designs and produces industry leading end-to-end autostereoscopic 3D display solutions, digital media and creative services. Magnetic 3D's proprietary Enabl3D™ technology modifies flat panel displays, enabling them to show High-Definition 3D video content without the need for any special eyewear, providing audiences with a realistic visual experience that includes both captivating off-screen "pop" and the immersive perception of depth on what would otherwise be a flat display. The company focuses on exceeding client's 2D expectations by delivering the highest quality, glasses-free 3D visual experience in retail digital signage, hospitality, movie-theaters, casino gaming, hotels and other public venues.

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