Exceptional 3D Introduce 55-Inch Auto-Stereoscopic 3D Product To Answer Demand For Large-Format No-Glasses 3D Display Solution

New York, NY – January 5, 2012 – Exceptional 3D today announced the expansion of their patented glasses-free 3D product-line with the introduction of their 55-inch auto-stereoscopic 3D digital display. The new 55-inch 3D display product is the premiere large format glasses-free 3D display solution. Key auto-stereoscopic 3D features include the delivery of clean, crisp and eye-catching no-glasses 3D content that will enhance the experience for bigger audiences in any public space or vertical market. The new product was demonstrated before a few select and very well educated members of the glasses-free 3D community, who all expressed a consistent ‘Grade A’ evaluation of the new 3D display by touting it as the most impressive large format no-glasses 3D digital display available on the market.

“We’re extremely pleased to be adding the 55-inch 3D display to our growing line of patented 3D products,” said Dan Fisher, COO for Exceptional 3D. “It was our intention to enter 2012 with our sights set on upholding a certain consistency by delivering revolutionary 3D products, services and solutions which cater to the demand that customers express a real need for,” continued Mr. Fischer, “and we are confident that we not only met our customers expectations for a large format 3D display solution, but also exceeded our own.” Mr. Fischer finished in saying, “our efforts to keep 3D simple is driven by listening to our customers and the result of that is prevalent in our 55 inch finished product. We made sure it offers a large viewing arena that is ideal for any vertical market or 3D digital signage application, as well as keeping it affordable for mass adoption.”

The 55-inch glasses-free 3D commercial-grade models are ideal for digital signage applications such as corporate lobbies, conference rooms, quick-service restaurants, casual or fine dining, transit hubs, airports and small-to-medium businesses, according to Exceptional 3D. The new 55-inch glasses-free 3D display offers a 1080p high-definition resolution, and its commercial-grade LCD panel is designed for digital signage use. Keeping consistent with the Exceptional 3D business model, these large format 3D displays are also carrying the same future-proof capability for playing both 3D content, as well as legacy 2D content in sequence or at the same time.

“We were thrilled to see a sneak-peak of the Exceptional 3D 55 inch 3D display,” said Susiy Richmond, Co-Owner of Twelve Strike who services bowling centers world-wide. “This is a very impressive glasses-free 3D display,” continued Mrs. Richmond, “and the extremely comfortable viewing zones are sure to enhance the all-around customer experience.” Mrs. Richmond finished in saying, “the cost-effective price point makes this a wonderful go-to option for any large format no-glasses 3D application.”

The new 55-inch Exceptional 3D display product will be on tour and making its debut at quite a few tradeshows throughout the new year which will be made public via the Exceptional 3D website (www.exceptional3d.com) as they are confirmed. The first stop will be the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The new 3D display will be showcasing exclusively at VEFXi Booth #13145 in Central Hall at this year’s CES on January 10 – 13, 2012. VEFXi will show-off their highly anticipated 3D-Bee ‘Ultimate’, a 2D-to-3D converter for glasses-free 3D, with the new 55-inch Exceptional 3D display product.



About exceptional3d

EXCEPTIONAL 3D is the premium 'keep it simple' choice for patented NO-GLASSES 3D displays, GLASSES-FREE 3D creative services and AUTO-STEREOSCOPIC 3D digital signage solutions.
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