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STEREOVISION IMAGING UNVEILS NEW 3D DIGITAL BINOCULAR.

Simplifying and enhancing the 3D photo capturing process, Stereovision Imaging introduces its 3D VuCAM(TM) to the market. With high-quality 3.1 MegaPixel digital cameras seamlessly integrated into binocular optics, the 3D VuCAM(TM) delivers sharp and "eye-popping" magnified stereo images for viewing/printing or for integration into existing 3D professional applications. Based on Stereovision Imaging's patented technology, the 3D VuCAM(TM) offers -- for the first time ever -- an easy and versatile method of capturing stunning 3D photographs.

The 3D VuCAM(TM), now available for purchase at http://www.stereovisioninc.com and through strategic partners for shipments in September 2006, includes automatic image focus and exposure techniques to ensure quality 3D images -- consistently -- even by those new to 3D photography. Like a traditional digital camera or binocular, captured photos can be previewed on the unit's pop-up transflective LCD display and later transferred to the PC for regular 2D or 3D viewing.

"The 3D VuCAM(TM) with its handheld packaging offers 3D professionals, enthusiasts, and nature lovers the ability to easily capture high-resolution 3D digital images for sharing with friends or for integration into existing 3D visualization applications," said Beverly Sutherland, Director of Marketing for Stereovision Imaging. "The portable nature of this product allows users to record magnified stereo images from anywhere including hiking trails, stadiums, rooftops, your home, and many more locations."

Thanks to advancements in 3D display technology, end-users can now enjoy viewing images captured with the 3D VuCAM(TM) on glasses-free 3D displays or on standard PC monitors using anaglyphic glasses. The 3D images can also be viewed on 3D polarized displays and on 3D projection systems.

"DDD is pleased to be working with Stereovision Imaging on the launch of the 3D VuCAM(TM). Their stereo image capture system is unique in the industry and lends itself to many markets and applications. DDD's TriDef Photo Builder and TriDef Photo Viewer offer Stereovision Imaging's customers the ability to take the captured stereo images and display them on a variety of 3D displays, including Sharp's 3D display technology and DDD's 17-inch polarized glasses-based LCD," said Robert Mannino, VP, Professional Visualization Solutions.

About Stereovision Imaging

Stereovision Imaging, Inc. develops and commercializes advanced 3D imaging technology for portable 3D imaging systems based on patented optics and electronics. Stereovision Imaging was founded in 2000 and is located in Altadena, California.

About DDD

DDD, also known as Dynamic Digital Depth, is transforming the viewing experience with software applications for glasses-free and glasses-based 3D displays. Its patented technologies enable 3D viewing without glasses, simple integration of computer graphics applications with 3D displays, supply of 3D content through 2D to 3D conversion, and 3D content transmission over existing networks. DDD is quoted on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market.

For more information, visit http://www.stereovisioninc.com or call 626/296-6291.
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