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Broadest 3D range from projectiondesign®

projectondesign F32 StackFredrikstad, Norway, 9 June 2009 – Norway’s projectiondesign is using InfoComm 09 to demonstrate its broadest range of 3D stereoscopic projection solutions. A total of four different displays will be showing 3D stereo content in different configurations and different applications.

“We are placing so much emphasis on the technology at InfoComm because of the increasing demand for stereoscopic projection. InfoComm is the perfect event to exhibit all of these opportunities to our partners, integrators and end-users alike,? comments Anders Løkke, International Marketing and Communications Manager at projectiondesign.

“It is important for projectiondesign to demonstrate and offer a wide range of 3D solutions because there are many ways of delivering a realistic stereoscopic system using video projection. Our goal is to suit different applications and different budgets, and these are all being continually refined,? comments Løkke.

Twelve months ago, projectiondesign made headlines with the debut of the F10 AS3D active stereoscopic projector at InfoComm 2008 in Las Vegas. Since then, it has earned worldwide praise for its outstanding 3D performance, and its unique compactness. This year at InfoComm projectiondesign will display the most complete 3D projector line up in the industry.

Among these solutions will be the acclaimed F10 AS3D active stereo projector and also projectiondesign F32 1080 3D stereo projectors displaying passive stereo using built-in INFITEC™ technology, showing in a dedicated 3D stereo theater. The theater promises a fully immersive 3D experience with extremely high quality 3D stereo images. Outside the theater is the new F22 series with built in INFITEC technology, which promises the most cost effective product for small passive 3D stereo solutions.

Also on display will be a ColorCode 3-D solution, which requires only a single projector, in this case a projectiondesign F80 3-chip DLP® unit, to show a very convincing depth of image for a modest capital outlay.

“Content producers in film and television are putting ever greater resources into producing in 3D for viewing using systems such as ColorCode 3-D, and that is raising consumer awareness of what can be achieved,? concludes Løkke. “At the same time, we are seeing more and more end-users in the commercial space realizing that 3D can benefit their productivity and the accuracy of their work. This is happening not just in traditional applications such as industrial and military, but in new markets that we are already working with like gaming design, medical, education, and VFX and post production.?

See the range of 3D projectors from projectiondesign on Booth #3761 at InfoComm 09 at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL, from June 17–19 2009.

Note to editors: David Aleksandersen, CPS Training Program Manager at projectiondesign will present an informative and in-depth introduction to 3D stereoscopic visualization at 12:30p.m. to 2:00p.m. on Thursday, June18th in room W311H as part of the InfoComm Education sessions. Visitors are encouraged to book as soon as possible by visiting: www.infocommshow.org using session number IS93. InfoComm CTS Renewal units can be claimed.

About projectiondesign
Headquartered in Fredrikstad, Norway, projectiondesign is a worldwide leader in advanced, high performance DLP-based projection solutions for challenging applications in professional, business, home cinema and eCinema markets. Numerous industry milestones including the introduction of the world’s first single-chip SXGA DLP projector in 2002, the first commercially available 1080p DLP projector in 2006 and first WUXGA DLP projector and the first portable and high-resolution active 3D stereoscopic projector in 2008 and the first foray into LED illumination in 2009 distinguish its award-winning, innovative technology.

For additional information:
North and South American Press and Manufacturer Inquiries

Gary Plavin • projectiondesign LLC
Tel. 800-298-4508 • gary.plavin@projectiondesign.com, www.projectiondesign.com

Press Contact:
Roberta Lewis, Roberta Lewis & Assoc. Public Relations • Tel. 713/665-8758 • rlewis@robertalewis.com

International Manufacturer Inquiries:
Anders Lokke • Tel. +47 69 30 45 68 • anders.lokke@projectiondesign.com

International Press Contact:
Katinka Allender, • Tel. +44 (0) 1491 571402 • katinka@k-communications.com

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