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"This is an honor and a prestigious endorsement for our technology and our company," said DTI Founder and CEO Arnie Lagergren.
ROCHESTER, NY, March 10, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dimension Technologies Inc. (DTI) will have a starring role at the 8th Annual NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) on March 17-20, 2015 at the San Jose Convention Center. NVIDIA, the world leader in visual computing has selected DTI as an Emerging Company for 2015.
"This is an honor and a prestigious endorsement for our technology and our company," said DTI Founder and CEO Arnie Lagergren. "NVIDIA looks at 1000s of companies each year and then hand picks a few for inclusion in their Emerging Companies Pavilion at the GTC," Lagergren continued.
The Rochester, New York company has developed glasses-free 3D/2D displays and monitors for NASA that feature:
- Full resolution in 2D and 3D (one-click switchable)
- No sweet spot
- No moire
- Depth of field like glasses
- No restriction in head movement
- Two viewers
Driven by an explosion in 3D content, the market for 3D displays is projected to reach $114 billion by 2020 (Allied Market research). "We've been working with NASA and other high-level research organizations for more than 20 years refining our glasses-free 3D technology. Now the market has finally arrived, and DTI is ready to capitalize on it," according to Lagergren.
DTI will license their technology to vendors serving commercial markets including engineering, healthcare, data analysis, retail and out-of-home, automotive, aerospace, education, games, movies, and more.
DTI Vice President and Chief Scientist Jesse Eichenlaub states, "Other 3D displays get their 3D effects from physical barriers or lenses in front of the LCD. We use patterns of light behind the LCD to produce clear, bright, spatially accurate 3D. Our Time Multiplexed Backlight System, in combination with today's fast LCDs and integrated eye-tracking, overcomes the problems associated with other no-glasses 3D technology, which include loss of resolution, light loss, and moire effects. Our display can also switch between perfect 2D images and perfect 3D. We can also put moveable 3D windows in a 2D background and vice versa."
3D industry expert and gamer advocate Neil Schneider from Meant to Be Seen 3D (MTBS3D.com) has seen DTI technology on three separate occasions over the past year and is clearly impressed. According to Schneider, "If DTI can achieve 70% - 80% of their promise, we are looking at the rebirth of modern 3D and its related interest."
After seeing the DTI displays at Immersed in Toronto last November, even pull-no-punches, tech review site Tom's Hardware (tomshardware.com) admitted that DTI has "...a very convincing demo."
The GTC is an annual event that draws as many as 4,000 attendees, exhibitors and sponsors. "This is a Silicon Valley A-List event," according to Tom Curtin, DTI Director of Business Development. "We have an opportunity to get our displays in front of global leaders from business, government and academia," Curtin added. DTI is Booth 1131 in the Emerging Companies Pavilion.
Founded in 1986, Dimension Technologies Inc. manufactures and licenses product differentiating autostereoscopic (3D without glasses) computer and video displays which are used in numerous government and commercial applications.
DTI's high resolution glasses-free 3D display technology was originally developed under contract with the United States Department of Energy and NASA. Neither the United States Government nor any agency thereof, nor any of their employees, makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights. Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government or any agency thereof. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government or any agency thereof.
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