Company Projects 1,500 New Jobs in U.S.ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 4, 2013 — (PRNewswire) — It took more than two generations for 3D movies to make a successful comeback in theaters.
But now 3D TV, in the throes of decline, is about to make a more timely comeback.
The root cause of this decline is the unpopular 3D glasses, which consumers find annoying and uncomfortable. Orlando, Florida-based television manufacturer IZON, LLC, a subsidiary of 3D Future Vision II, Inc., solves this problem by removing the need for glasses. The company is anticipating the launch of its line of LED screens with 32-inch, 47-inch and 55-inch glasses-free models by the second quarter of 2014.
IZON ultimately expects to create 1,500 new jobs in the U.S., where the product line will be assembled.
IZON has perfected the assembly process to produce sub-pixel accurate alignment in the 3D displays, creating clear crisp imagery at an affordable price. IZON features its "HyperMix3Dâ„˘," a multi-threaded 3D rendering technology that uses algorithms that take advantage of multi-core GPUs and produces immersive 3D without eyestrain. In addition, IZON processes 3D stereo movies which can be seamlessly watched on its glasses-free TVs.
IZON's number one feature is user-friendly technology. The IZON team knows that keeping up with technology is not everyone's focus, acknowledging that most of the time people don't want to struggle with turning the volume up or even turning the TV on. IZON models are geared to be simple, smart and fun. Consumers can enjoy traditional broadcast in 2D, view broadcast 3D and their favorite 3D Blu-ray movies with a push of a button. The glasses- free 3D TV wide viewing angle produces sharp vivid imagery that enables the entire family to participate in the experience.
IZON will offer an array of apps for streaming thousands of movies and television shows.
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