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ISee3D Inc. Corporate Update
TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Nov. 22, 2010) – ISee3D Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ICT), creator of the first commercially feasible single lens, single camera 3D capture technology, is pleased to announce that it has adapted its second generation 3D technology into several additional makes and models of camcorders. This technology, based on new patents recently filed by the company, allows single lens cameras to capture 3D over a larger zoom range than previous iterations of the technology. The new process for single lens 3D capture also enables autofocus and auto exposure, which will ensure a simple 3D capture experience for end users.
The company also announces the resignation of Bruce Seidel as Vice-President of Business Development. Mr. Seidel will continue with the Company in the position of sales consultant, where he can focus his efforts solely on developing sales and licensing relationships with potential clients.
Dwight Romanica, CEO of the Company stated: “This latest technology is a fantastic step forward for ISee3D, demonstrating once again that we are at the forefront of the single lens 3D capture movement.” Asked about the role change for Mr. Seidel, Romanica answered: “This move, which will allow Mr. Seidel to focus solely on specific sales opportunities, will play a pivotal role in our efforts to expand our customer base, which will allow us to generate solid revenue streams.”
ISee3D is driving the universal adoption of 3D single lens capture – from consumers and Hollywood to health care and military. The company is introducing the first commercially feasible single lens, single camera 3D capture technology. Scalable in size from one mm in diameter to more than over 250 mm, the patented technology can be applied across many devices. Through its patented optical switch technology, ISee3D continues to aggressively pursue the best in 3D innovation to ensure an immersive 3D viewing experience, rather than the traditional two lenses or 2D conversion approaches that are the current standard. The company is headquartered in Toronto with offices in New York City, Vancouver, and Montreal.