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Alioscopy Showcases "No Glasses" 3D at IBC 2009

By DE Editors

Alioscopy USA, a 3D visualization technology provider, will join Autodesk, Inc. in Amsterdam, Netherlands for IBC 2009 Sept. 11-15.  Located at the Autodesk booth, Alioscopy will showcase finished autostereoscopic 3D content playing on a proprietary HD LCD display, and will outline how artists and technical directors can use various editions of Autodesk software to create and composite autostereoscopic 3D computer generated content for play-back on Alioscopy LCD displays.

“We’re excited to bring Alioscopy technology to IBC 2009 with Autodesk, and present the next way stereoscopic 3D entertainment, digital signage, and visualizations will be created and viewed—without glasses,” said Philippe Roche, CEO of Alioscopy USA. “With the dizzying growth and popularity of 3D stereo films, we are witnessing an unprecedented interest in stereoscopic 3D.  Using Autodesk 3D content creation software and compositing tools with Alioscopy technology and hardware, 3D artists and compositors will be able realize vast new business-to-business opportunities in new markets.”

For more information, visit Alioscopy.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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