TriDef Powers 3D at CES 2012 DDD is partnering with Samsung, LG, HP, Sony, ViewSonic, Lenovo and AOC to showcase TriDef® 2D to 3D conversion technology and Yabazam! 3D content library at the 2012 International CES in Las Vegas January 10-13, 2012.
Daniel Stewart initiated coverage of DDD Group (DDD) with a "buy" recommendation and 50p target price. The broker expects the rate of conversion to 3D formats to accelerate, driven by digital cinema and next generation gaming, and believes the market will be worth 22 billion dollars (14.2 billion pounds) by 2018. With an established network of licensing agreement in TV, PC and mobile devices, having signed contracts with Sony and Lenovo, Daniel Stewart believes the 3D technology developer is well positioned to benefit from the increased demand. DDD shares inched up 0.125p to 26.625p.
There seems to be only 20m shares with private investors and 110m in the hands of majors shareholders. Does this bold well for the long term? I think we need to wait post Christmas to see if 3D takes off , hope so. GLA
Lenovo launches 3D all-in-one PC with DDD's TriDef®3D technology
Los Angeles, California: DDD Group plc (AIM: DDD), the 3D solutions company, has licensed its TriDef®3D software to Lenovo for its 3D IdeaCentre all-in-one (AIO) PCs which launch today.
DDD's TriDef 3D automatically converts DVD movies, video and photo files from 2D to 3D. It also allows over 540 of the latest 2D PC games to be played in 3D, and is available in 37 languages.
The TriDef 3D software will be supplied with the AIO PC to deliver 3D viewing using simple, lightweight polarized glasses, making it both cost-effective and convenient.
The new B520e 3D AIO PCs deliver a truly immersive 3D visual experience for entertainment and gaming. Lenovo successfully used TriDef 3D last year with the Y560d 3D notebook and is committed to developing more 3D products with TriDef 3D.
The 2D-to-3D game conversion solution is compatible with games that run on the DirectX 9, 10 and 11 application programming interfaces.
To ensure plenty of content for 3D viewing, Lenovo also includes a selection of original, high definition 3D programming available from Yabazam.com, DDD's 3D entertainment portal.
DDD will receive quarterly royalty revenues from Lenovo based on the volume of 3D PCs shipped.
The AIM listed 3D solutions company has licensed its TriDef®3D software to Top Victory Investments Ltd (TPV) for its AOC brand 3D monitors. DDD’s TriDef 3D automatically converts DVD movies, PC media and photo files from 2D to 3D. It allows over 30 popular Chinese online games and over 500 of the latest PC games that have not been specifically developed for 3D to be played in stereoscopic 3D “off the shelf”. TPV is the first Chinese company to launch a 3D monitor in China, and is now expanding the AOC line-up into the worldwide market. The polarized ‘FPR’ 3D displays will use TriDef 3D technology to provide 2D to 3D conversion for video and games, as well as playback for originally made 3D photo and video content. AOC’s monitors are already used in many of the 150,000 Chinese iCafe internet cafes. They were also featured at SINOCES in China in July, and in September at LG Displays’ even in Beijing where six of China’s largest PC manufacturers and four of the largest monitor manufacturers presented their latest 3D consumer products. DDD will receive quarterly royalties based on the volume of AOC brand 3D monitors shipped. Chris Yewdall, CEO said that working with AOC gives them the opportunity to address the PC market in China which is currently the largest growth market for PCs
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