Creative 3D technology company Volfoni will be exhibiting their range of 3D products at this year’s InfoComm, held at the Las Vegas Convention Center June 13th – 15th. Volfoni is also happy to announce that Stephen Palmer, PhD and member of Volfoni’s R&D team, will be a key speaker at the Projection Summit, held at the Las Vegas Hotel in conjunction with InfoComm. Palmer will be discussing brightness as it relates to stereoscopic 3D solutions for passive 3D.
As 3D technology increases in its scope and utilization outside of cinemas, Volfoni’s products are increasingly applicable in many different markets. Their range of active and passive 3D equipment are perfect for any type of Pro AV integrator looking to use high quality 3D technology for their projects.
Volfoni’s SmartCrystal Pro currently works with any DLP-capable 3D-ready projectors, and a newer model designed to work with LCD projectors for increased luminosity will be shown as a sneak preview at InfoComm.
Launched in 2011, SmartCrystal Pro is the perfect size for smaller rooms that want to go 3D while using the low-cost “kid-friendly” circular polarized glasses. From classrooms showing 3D films, to bars and restaurants showing the Olympics in 3D, to corporations wanting to utilize 3D for presentations and events, the SmartCrystal Pro is useful in situations where a lot of 3D glasses are needed, and low-cost passive glasses are preferred over active glasses.
At the recent CinemaCon conference in Las Vegas, Volfoni unveiled their brand-new passive 3D theater system, called SmartCrystal Cinema. This competitively-priced, European-made passive 3D polarization window with a motorized bracket received much acclaim, and has put Volfoni on the map in the cinema industry. Another medium-sized polarizer is in the works, which will have a window size between the sizes of SmartCrystal Cinema and SmartCrystal Pro, and will be designed with the high-end AV market in mind.
Volfoni is very well-known for their active 3D products, mainly their EDGE line of active glasses, both DLP-Link and IR (infra-red) versions. A large portion of AV integrators are well-acquainted with active 3D glasses, and the quality of Volfoni’s EDGE brand stands out in the crowd. Lightweight and durable, with a comfortable universal nosepiece, EDGE glasses are perfect for long-term use. The DLP-Link glasses are popular with schools because they turn on with just the touch of a button, and they work with 3D-ready DLP projectors and white screens. The IR glasses work with Volfoni emitter kits. Emitter kits come in various sizes, depending on the size of the space where 3D is being shown.
“We manage the entire channel of our products, so quality is of utmost concern. New active and passive products are always in development, and we take great pride in being extremely attentive to each of our customer’s needs. We are dedicated to developing offers for a range of markets such as corporate, education, home theater, AV professionals,” says Thierry Henkinet, CEO of Volfoni.
See the products in action and learn more at Volfoni’s booth C5026 in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, June 13th – 15th. Stephen Palmer’s talk will take place June 12th at 3:30pm at the Las Vegas Hotel.