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3DeeCentral adds more titles

27 May 2011
3DeeCentral adds more titles

The market for streaming 3D is nascent but one of its leaders is 3DeeCentral. The company behind the online content library, Spatial View, has licensed over 100 3D titles from nearly 30 independent 3D filmmakers including Arius3D, 21st Century 3D, Passmore Labs, k2communications, JustCause3D, tree-D films, Dzignlight Studios, Glass Eye Pix, Lumen Actus, and Original SINE.

Most of the content is shortform such as indie film promos, animation, music videos, 4D theme park experiences and sports but Al Lopez, company COO, said he has held discussions with several studios about licensing 3D feature releases.
A 3DeeCentral application needs downloading before content can be viewed but it is claimed to be platform agnostic with support for a broad range of devices including active shutter and polarized glasses, anaglyph and auto-stereoscopic technologies.

 The app is available for Windows 7, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch devices. An Android app is coming soon as is support for the iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4.

“We want to offer the most comprehensive coverage of platforms as possible including all," said Lopez. “We will support all new 3D-capable devices including smartphones, laptops and tablets.”

 Aside from being a content aggregator and distributor of 3D content Spatial View is also a tech company. Its innovations include a removable lenticular screen and software for viewing glasses-free stereo 3D on a standard laptop, available for licensing by laptop manufacturers. The software includes 3D Blu-ray playback using CyberLink’s PowerDVD software and an eye tracking mechanism via webcam to ensure the viewer is in the sweetspot for 3D viewing.

 Lopez says the company also has IP in 2D-3D conversion.

www.spatialview.com
 The market for streaming 3D is nascent but one of its leaders is 3DeeCentral. The company behind the online content library, Spatial View, has licensed over 100 3D titles from nearly 30 independent 3D filmmakers including Arius3D, 21st Century 3D, Passmore Labs, k2communications, JustCause3D, tree-D films, Dzignlight Studios, Glass Eye Pix, Lumen Actus, and Original SINE.

 Most of the content is shortform such as indie film promos, animation, music videos, 4D theme park experiences and sports but Al Lopez, company COO, said he has held discussions with several studios about licensing 3D feature releases.
A 3DeeCentral application needs downloading before content can be viewed but it is claimed to be platform agnostic with support for a broad range of devices including active shutter and polarized glasses, anaglyph and auto-stereoscopic technologies.

 The app is available for Windows 7, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch devices. An Android app is coming soon as is support for the iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4.

“We want to offer the most comprehensive coverage of platforms as possible including all," said Lopez. “We will support all new 3D-capable devices including smartphones, laptops and tablets.”

 Aside from being a content aggregator and distributor of 3D content Spatial View is also a tech company. Its innovations include a removable lenticular screen and software for viewing glasses-free stereo 3D on a standard laptop, available for licensing by laptop manufacturers. The software includes 3D Blu-ray playback using CyberLink’s PowerDVD software and an eye tracking mechanism via webcam to ensure the viewer is in the sweetspot for 3D viewing.

 Lopez says the company also has IP in 2D-3D conversion.

www.spatialview.com
 

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