FOLLOWING SERIES OF TRIUMPHS REALVIEW INNOVATIONS BRINGS PATENTED “DEPTH-ENHANCING TECHNOLOGY” TO E3
Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D for More Immersive Gaming
CO. ROSCOMMON, IRELAND (MAY, 2010) – Following a highly successful debut at CES in Las Vegas and an award winning presence at Retail Vision in London, RealView Innovations will officially introduce its patented “Depth-Enhancing Technology” to the video game industry at E3 June 15-17 in Los Angeles. As a developer of optical screen technology, RealView bridges the gap between 2D and 3D, offering gamers a more immersive viewing experience by enhancing depth cues hidden in existing screen images.
RealView’s Depth-Enhancing Technology will be on display at E3 in the form of several new products including the V-Screen for Sony® PSP™, the Deep Screen for large displays and monitors as well as accessories for iPhone™ and iTouch™.
RealView launched the V-Screen for PSP earlier this year at CES, receiving tremendous critical praise. RealView’s technology was referred to as one of the “Hottest Gadgets” by numerous media outlets including the Washington Post, CBS News and ABC News. RealView was then awarded overall “Best in Show” at this year’s Retail Vision Europe, a major accomplishment for a company that is a new player in the world of optical technology and home entertainment.
RealView’s Depth-Enhancing Technology bridges the gap between 2D and 3D by enhancing hidden depth cues in 2D images, creating greater depth and richer environments than standard 2D. The most significant aspect of this technology is that no glasses or special software are required. It is ready-to-use with any existing content like movies and games.
“RealView is very excited to be exhibiting at E3 for the first time,” stated Eamonn Ansbro, RealView’s Executive Director. “We are launching several iterations of our depth-enhancing technology this year and E3 is the perfect venue to share it with the video game industry. Our technology presents unique advantages when compared to other products in the 3D space, particularly in terms of low cost, ease of use, and its ability to enhance existing TV, movie, sports and game content. And it doesn’t require cumbersome glasses or software of any kind.”
RealView Innovations Depth-Enhancing products will be on display at Booth #5654 West Hall.