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SENSIO's 3D format and 3D technology solutions will be showcased at the 2010 National Association of Broadcasters Show (NAB) April 12-15, 2010. SENSIO Technologies Inc. says that the company's SENSIO 3D solutions have now been widely adopted by leading broadcast vendors and technology partners. They will speak to these developments at the show.

Attendees at the 2010 NAB Show will have the opportunity to see SENSIO 3D technologies at work in a variety of broadcast products, highlighting how SENSIO's technologies enable broadcast vendors to integrate professional-quality 3D into their own systems, the company says.

"When the world's largest manufacturers of broadcast and media products want professional 3D technology to help deliver an immersive, high-impact 3D experience, they consistently turn to SENSIO," said SENSIO president and CEO Nicholas Routhier. "With these major industry leaders now on board, SENSIO is well positioned to further facilitate the adoption of 3D into the home and theaters. SENSIO technology has been deployed in virtually every live 3D sports broadcast event to date. Leading global networks and vendors have rapidly embraced our solutions, illustrating the industry's recognition of their value, reliability, and quality. They have turned to SENSIO to deliver an engaging cinematographic 3D experience to consumers."

End-to-End 3D Broadcast Chain Showcased
During an invite-only event at Bally's Hotel for the duration of the NAB show, SENSIO will showcase its full line of 3D digital compression, decompression, and display-formatting technologies. A complete model integrating SENSIO technology within an end-to-end live 3D delivery chain will be on display at SENSIO's event at Bally's, by appointment only. For more information about visiting SENSIO at NAB, contact nab2010@sensio.tv. SENSIO will be at NAB within the International Datacasting Corporation booth (SU6321), and in demonstrations at the Grass Valley (SL106), Teranex (N1115), and Gennum (N5337) booths.

2D to 3D Conversion
SENSIO will also be showcasing its wide range of 3D solutions, including encoding/decoding, signal processing, and 2D to 3D conversion tools.

To learn more about SENSIO at the 2010 NAB Show, please visit their site.

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