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Redrover 4K 3D Monitor Debuts at NAB Show 2011

Redrover/True3Di announced that it will unveil its new 4K stereoscopic 3D monitor at the NAB Show 2011.

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Unedited press release follows:

Redrover: World’s First 4K Stereoscopic 3D monitor will be Unveiled at NAB 2011
2011 NAB Show

LAS VEGAS–Redrover/True3Di, the innovative 3D technology provider of 3D Camera Rigs, Stereoscopic 3D Monitor and S3D Presentation Software, is going to reveal the World’s First 4K-S3D Monitor, a jointly development between Keisoku Giken Japan and Redrover Korea at NAB 2011.

The main exhibit, 4K Stereoscopic 3D monitor 27.8” HD-SDI utilizing half mirror technology, will empower an astonishing experience of Ultra High Definition 3D images/ motion pictures (resolution 3840×2160) as first time in the world for users in 3D production, post production and digital filmmaking.

Redrover will also showcase its 2011/2012 new product lines – 3D camera rig series including micro/ extra large side-by-side 3D rigs, versatile/ sturdy/ light-weighted beam-splitter type mirror rig, 12” HD-SDI 3D field viewfinder, and True3DPT, a powerful stereoscopic 3D presentation software with the latest cutting-edge S3D layer technology that vivifies an ordinary 2D PowerPoint slide with real 3D visual impacts by its convenient 3D editing, real-time 2D to Stereo 3D Conversion, and real-time 3D preview functions.

Redrover will be demonstrating at NAB 2011 in Las Vegas, April 11-14, Booth #C12431. Please visit us at the booth or contact to schedule a meeting.

About Redrover:
Redrover Co., Ltd. provides 3D related hardware and software solutions to help worldwide 3D content creators to streamline their workflows with the latest technology. True3Di Inc., a subsidiary of Redrover, distributes specialized 3D solutions for the 3D filmmaking and broadcasting industry. Redrover/True3Di technology is used by both private and public organizations around the world i.e. Autodesk, Framestore, The Moving Picture Company and U.S. Government Agency. For more information, please visit