Sharp 3D Display Customers to Get HumanEyes Lite3D Software Option
Press release from the issuing company
Jerusalem — August 2, 2004 – HumanEyes Technologies Ltd., a leading innovator and provider of advanced and affordable 3D software solutions for easy 3D image creation and output, has entered into a partnership agreement with Sharp Systems of America. The HumanEyes Lite 3D software application, today optimized for Sharp, is now supported on Sharp’s revolutionary 3D desktop displays and 3D laptops allowing true 3D viewing without the use of special glasses.
HumanEyes Lite 3D software allows users to easily create consumer and production-quality, 3D images -- using ordinary digital cameras -- for display on the forthcoming Sharp 3D LCD Color Monitor, and existing Actius RD3D Laptops.
Under the agreement, 30-day trial versions of HumanEyes Lite 3D software will be distributed free to every Sharp Actius RD3D laptop customer during 2004. Users will have the option to upgrade to the full version of HumanEyes Lite 3D software via the Sharp 3D website (http://www.sharp3d.com) at a cost of $49.95.
New Sharp 3D Monitors & Laptops
The Sharp Actius RD3D is the world’s first notebook computer that incorporates Sharp’s TFT 3D LCD technology, which makes it possible to view eye-popping 3D images using the naked eye, but is easily switched back to 2D viewing for standard applications.
“We are very impressed and excited by the ease of use and capabilities of HumanEyes Lite 3D software," says Ian Matthew, 3D Business Development Manager, Sharp Systems of America. “HumanEyes’ software adds to the product portfolio supporting quality 3D that we offer our customers. Its ease of use will make it attractive to all types of users interested in true 3D visualization and photography.”
"We are very honored to have been chosen by Sharp to provide our capabilities for their new 3D monitors and 3D laptop PC," said Gideon Ben Zvi, HumanEyes, CEO. "Sharp’s breakthrough in 3D display combined with our HumanEyes Lite 3D imaging software offers users a first in easy 3D image creation and display – creating a new and heightened visual experience.”
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