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Tatung Joins Magnet's 'Enabl3D' Program

Display solution provider Tatung Company of America announced that it has joined the “Enabl3D Partner Program” established by Magnetic Media Holdings, a supplier of 3D digital media products and services.
Under the partnership, Tatung will use Magnetic’s Enabl3D technology in production of 3D displays the company supplies to casino customers. Tatung will launch a line of products in the “Triview” series using the Magnetic 3D technology, which it will display at this month’s Global Gaming Expo.
The Enabl3D solution is a combination of technology that modifies a standard LCD monitor’s displays enabling viewers to experience 3D video content without the aid of any special eyewear.
“Magnetic’s Enabl3D technology is truly the next-generation digital signage solution, and it seems the casino industry has really hit the jackpot this time with a solution that promises to be a double threat by both enhancing the customer experience and raising awareness of featured promotions,” said John Sherry, national accounts and marketing manager for Tatung in the U.S. and Canada.
“We are thrilled that Tatung has joined the Enabl3D Partner Program and will be integrating our technology into their display products,” said Magnetic Chief Technology Officer Brad Bent. “Working with a strategic partner such as Tatung offers Magnetic tremendous opportunity in the casino and digital signage marketplace. Following the excitement this summer of our Enabl3D installation at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, we anticipate even greater success through our partnership with Tatung.”

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