Spatial View Focuses Towards Leadership in the 3D Mobile World

February 9, 2009 8:52 am

Spatial View collaborates with Texas Instruments Incorporated to deliver glasses-free 3D mobile device at GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain



Toronto, ON/Dresden, Germany9 February 2009 — Spatial View Inc., a leader in manufacturing products for creating 3D effects, today announced the demonstration of its 3D auto-stereoscopic mobile technology, enabling a glasses-free 3D visual experience. Based on the industry-proven OMAP™
platform from Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI), the new technology will be shown on 16-17 February 2009 at TI’s Mobile World Congress booth (#8A84, Hall 8, Fira Barcelona).



Spatial View’s technology helps bring the 3D mobile experience to consumers’ fingertips anytime, anywhere. Spatial View 3D prototype will enable TI’s OMAP34x processor-based development platform to display vivid glasses-free 3D images and videos. TI’s industry-proven OMAP technology allows for powerful support of 3D video and content playback. Its multi-engine architecture is designed to handle a variety of application tasks in parallel, so a user can enjoy several features and services concurrently. The high-performance, low-power consumption OMAP processors permit manufacturers to bring to market new, multimedia-rich handheld devices. SpatialView’s demonstration on the OMAP platform provides a glimpse into the future, highlight potential capabilities of next generation wireless devices.



"Working with innovators like TI will continue to drive Spatial View’s focus towards leadership in the 3D mobile world,” says Beat Raemy, CEO of Spatial View Inc. "It’s a natural affinity for ubiquitously and usefully bringing 3D into people’s lives. TI, together with its customers, is shaping the future of mobile devices – from the design of the devices to the exciting applications and services that run on them.”



“Spatial View’s technology offers mobile consumers the ability to view high-quality 3D Interface and content without the need for special glasses” said Elias Belmand, director for TI’s wireless business Europe. “By leveraging the OMAP processors’ rendering capabilities, consumers will be able to enjoy a profound 3D visual experience.”



Spatial View is a member of TI’s OMAP Developer Network, a group of leading software developers porting advanced applications to TI’s high performance, power-efficient OMAP processors. Handset manufacturers adopting OMAP devices enjoy the rapid deployment of compelling wireless
applications – including streaming audio and video, multimedia messaging, gaming, security, speech recognition, location based services and mobile commerce – across all leading operating systems. Systems level integration services are also provided worldwide by independent OMAP Technology Centers. The OMAP platform has been selected by leading manufacturers, such as Nokia, Palm, NEC, Fujitsu, LG Electronics, Hewlett-Packard, Sendo, HTC and many more, for their 2.5 and 3G wireless devices. For more information, please visit www.ti.com/wireless.



About Spatial View Inc.



Spatial View, Inc. (SVI) is a pioneer in 3D image processing and autostereoscopic displays. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Spatial View has offices in San Francisco, Hong Kong and Dresden. With the registered consumer brand Wazabee, the international team develops products that transcend the boundaries of 2D imaging, opening new dimensions and interactive solutions in medicine, engineering, advertising, gaming and entertainment. The company’s vision is to make 3D more accessible, affordable, versatile, and inspiring. With the SVI family of software and a variety of high quality glasses-free 3D displays, Spatial View offers a wealth of adaptable solutions enabling the presentation of 3D rich content of all types for specialty as well as the consumer mass market. The first Wazabee products: 3DeeShell, 3DeeFlector and the 19-inch-Gaming Display, will be presented in early 2009. For more information please visit www.spatialview.com



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Trademarks:
OMAP is a trademark of Texas Instruments. Wazabee is a trademark of Spatial View. Other product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners



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