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Get your own home 3D dome

With the affordable TOOB projection dome and an inexpensive 3D projector (i.e. Optoma HD200X), gaming can now enter a new era, full 180 panoramic gaming is now a reality, the days of having to use pan around to see what is happening whilst you take a direct hit are gone.

And what about movies ? You think you have seen a 3D film on the latest flat screen TV? Until you have experienced a 3D film in the TOOB you can be sure that you have not experienced 3D for real.  (Two video demos here under)


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André Rieu live in your cinema on 23 July

XDC Entertainment (Belgium) and CinemaLive delivers André Rieu, The "King od Waltz", captured live in his home town Maastricht, The Netherlands, direct via satellite. The show will be available in selected cinemas in Belgium (French speaking part), Poland,Sweden, and Portugal.

André Rieu is well known to international audiences having sold over 2.5 million CDs and DVDs in the Netherlands, with sales of 20 million worldwide. His performances have become legendary. An accomplished performer, André believes that classical music should be enjoyed by everyone.


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GADMEI P83 displays your MPO pictures

The Gadmei P83 PMP layer is a naked eye 3D autostereoscopic display with a LED-backlit panel and an 8 inches size. It supports popular video and audio formats like MKV, MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI, VOP, and more.

The P83 diplays your 3D pictures in MPO format straight from your 3D camera. Price : 179$


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Fight over autostereoscopic patent

Autostereoscopic console maker Nintendo has been taken to court by Tomita Technologies over an alleged infringement of a 2003 patent for glasses-free stereoscopic 3D technology. The US patent 7,417,664: “Stereoscopic image picking up and display system based upon optical axes cross-point information” by Tomita is supposedly used illegally by Nintendo and othe autostereoscopic console makers.


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