NAV-3D Launches New Line Of Glasses Free 3D Media Players And Cameras At Photo Plus Expo 2012
NAV-3D's collection of glasses free 3D digital media players and cameras allow users to capture and watch 3D movies and photos without 3D glasses.
Last month at the PDN Photo Plus International Expo, NAV-3D (Booth #479) introduced a unique line of innovative 3D multimedia entertainment devices. Those in attendance participated in hands-on demonstrations and interactive film sessions.
"We are really excited about the NAV-3D product line" said Matthew Gross, CEO and Founder of NAV-3D. "Seeing everyone's reaction for the first time is like watching kids in a candy store. I don't think we could have predicted such an overwhelmingly favorable response to an initial product launch."
The NAV3D6, NAV3D8 and NAV3D8B digital media players come equipped with a stereoscopic 6" or 8" parallax barrier 3D display. The parallax barrier is a layer of material embedded into the screen that contains a set of precision slits, forcing each eye to see a unique set of pixels, creating a sense of depth.
"I could see you putting this in front of a kid and having them be enthralled for hours," said Tarina Peterson, a professional graphic designer from NYC. "This is like instant entertainment."
The NAV3DCAM-12 can capture 3D videos in high definition (1920x1080 resolution) or up to 16.0-Megapixel still images (with interpolation)
NAV-3D also offers a library of full length downloadable 3D movies directly on their website, making it easy for their customers to build their own 3D movie collection.
Pricing and Availability
The NAV3D6 Glasses Free 3D Digital Media Player is priced at $199, and the NAV3D8 and NAV3D8B are both priced at $299. The NAV3DCAM-10 is priced at $199, the NAV3DCAM-11 at $299, and the NAV3DCAM-12 at $399. NAV-3D currently has limited units available for special order for which there is a 1-3 week delivery time. Those who wish to purchase NAV-3D products are encouraged to place their orders in November to ensure delivery in time for the holidays.
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