And the winner is.... Bram Riemens!
Bram Riemens (The Netherlands) is the happy winner of the Minoru 3D webcam given by Stereoscopynews to its subscriber #1111. Bram clicked the 'Subscribe' button on 24 November 2010 at 23:32 exactly and he was lucky to receive the awaited #1111 ! His Minoru camera is on its way now.
Bram is working for 3DFusion, a company specialized in the creation of 3D content for stereoscopic and auto stereoscopic play-out systems. Learn more about 3D Fusion here under...
3DFusion EU B.V. is a new company which will render unique services in the field of movie, video and computer graphics for 3D TV and displays. The two main activities are 3D content conversion and production of auto-stereoscopic 3D display systems. The technology used is based upon IP and technology from Philips, augmented with own expertise, technology and IP. The company is specialized in the creation and conversion of 2D and stereoscopic content into formats suitable for stereoscopic and auto stereoscopic play-out systems (TV’s displays and projection systems). The company will develop and market unique tools for 3D content creation and conversion. While these tools will be based on 2D plus depth, conversion for different formats (stereoscopic and multi-view) and rendering for practically all 3D displays will be possible.
The auto-stereoscopic 3D displays provide a stunning image quality without side effects like head-ache and nausea. Initially 3Dfusion EU will develop and produce auto-stereoscopic 3D displays for the B2B market, but will certainly also investigate the possibilities in the consumer arena (PC monitors, Digital picture frames, television etc.). The company is part of a group under the 3DFusion Holding B.V. and has a sister company in the USA (3DFusion corp.).