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3D Biz-Ex 2008 will launch on September 29 with a full three-day agenda loaded with information, entertainment and education. The event features an opening day of tutorial seminars followed by two days of presentations, exhibits and networking with the leaders in the stereoscopic 3D industry. This year the conference is in the heart of Hollywood at the Sheraton Universal City, Los Angeles, CA.

3D Biz-Ex is a "Big Tent" environment that brings together developers, providers and customers in all 3D market and application segments. This unique 3D event will:
• Showcase the full scope of the diverse 3D industry
• Enable cross-application communication
• Create networking with other leaders in the industry
• Develop technology/solution partnerships
• Help customers understand the maturity and benefits of 3D solutions
• Allow leaders to understand the key business issues facing market expansion
• Enable greater understanding of technology innovations, market dynamics and strategic opportunities

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