LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Stereo Vision Entertainment, Inc. (OTCBB:SVSN), a publicly traded company focused exclusively on the 3D entertainment industry, announced today that it's signed "Mr 3D" Dan Symmes, Senior Technology Advisor for the launch of their new 3D television network, SVTV.
StereoVision's Chief Executive Officer Jack Honour stated, "Dan was a founding partner of the original StereoVision in 1970, and has been a driving force behind the 3D entertainment industry for the last 40 years. Included below are just a few of his Industry leading first's. We're fortunate to have his guidance in the establishment of our new 3D television network, SVTV."
Dan Symmes added: "From the beginning, i've been a great proponent of Jack and his plan for StereoVision. I'm happy to see StereoVision continuing to gain momentum, and I’m looking forward to working with SVTV's new President, Tim Kuglin, and his award winning team."
Dan Symmes’ Firsts:
-- First "symmetrical" 3-D filming system
-- First practical reflex 3-D filming system
-- Smallest/lightest professional 3-D filming system
-- First single camera underwater shooting
-- First practical 3-D TV broadcast
-- First commercial 3-D TV broadcasts
-- First color 3-D TV broadcasts
-- First 3-D TV commercial
-- First live 3-D broadcast
-- First national network 3-D broadcasts
StereoVision - located in Van Nuys, California, Stereo Vision Entertainment (www.stereovision.com) is a publicly traded company focused exclusively on the production, and delivery, of high-quality, low-cost, polarized, digital 3D entertainment content. Responding to the incredible growth of digital projection 3D theater systems worldwide, and the advent of 3D TV, Stereo Vision has been developing an exciting slate of commercial 3D entertainment properties, and plans to become a leading supplier of 3D content to these rapidly expanding distribution platforms.
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