Bit Cauldron announced that it plans to demonstrate its upcoming stereoscopic 3D shutter glasses at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, showcasing how consumers will soon get to enjoy high-fidelity 3D movies and games at home with their own televisions or computer.
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Bit Cauldron Fills Critical Gap in 3D Ecosystem: Demonstrates 3D Glasses for Home Theater and Gaming at 2010 International CES
Forthcoming stereoscopic shutter glasses provide the world’s highest quality 3D experience using reliable communications between 3D-Ready televisions or computers and 3D glasses for use at home
TAMPA, Fla. — Jan 05, 2010 Bit Cauldron today announced that it will demonstrate its upcoming stereoscopic 3D shutter glasses at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, showcasing how consumers will soon get to enjoy high-fidelity 3D movies and games at home with their own televisions or computer.
* No more flicker: Bit Cauldron electronic shutter glasses never miss a beat. Advanced RF radio and synchronization technology allows you to enjoy the show, not goof with the glasses.
* Seeing is believing: At the upcoming 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, Bit Cauldron will be demonstrating Blu-ray stereoscopic 3D entertainment at the AMD exhibit. AMD will be located in the Grand Lobby (GL-8 and GL-10) of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
* Get the picture, clearer and brighter than ever: Bit Cauldron glasses incorporate fast, neutral density lenses for a clearer, brighter picture than ever while preserving HDTV color and resolution. Whether you’re placing Bit Cauldron glasses over your own glasses to watch a movie or head banging to your favorite video game, Bit Cauldron glasses stay comfortably on your face while you enjoy the 3D experience.
“Bit Cauldron glasses work together with AMD GPU’s to provide the world’s best 3D experience,” said James Mentz, CEO of Bit Cauldron. “Plus, these glasses are the ‘universal remote control’ of 3D glasses, interoperating with 3D-Ready televisions from several major manufacturers.”
“Bit Cauldron glasses use advanced IEEE 802.15.4 radios for a reliable connection from display to glasses,” said Samuel Caldwell, VP of Engineering at Bit Cauldron. “With other glasses at the show, look away from the TV or step out from the carefully controlled viewing area and you’ll see them flicker, while ours keep working just fine.”
Bit Cauldron glasses will be available from major household brand names in the second half of 2010.
About Bit Cauldron
Bit Cauldron Corporation is a consumer electronics company dedicated to filling critical gaps in the 3D ecosystem. Bit Cauldron Corporation is an AMD Independent Hardware Vendor Partner and Consumer Electronics Association member. For more information, visit http://www.bitcauldron.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.