DDD Group licenses TriDef 3D to Qingyuan Gadmei

AIM-listed 3D solutions company DDD Group, has licensed its TriDef 3D mobile content solutions to Chinese manufacturer Qingyuan Gadmei Electronics Technology (Gadmei) for its new glasses-free 3D tablets.

AIM-listed 3D solutions company DDD Group, has licensed its TriDef 3D mobile content solutions to Chinese manufacturer Qingyuan Gadmei Electronics Technology (Gadmei) for its new glasses-free 3D tablets.

Gadmei's E8-3D eight inch tablets will use DDD's TriDef 3D video SDK to convert 2D videos into 3D.

The eight inch high definition screens provide 3D viewing without the need to wear glasses and are expected to launch in the second quarter of 2013.

DDD said it would receive quarterly royalty revenues from Gadmei which would be based on the volume of 3D tablets shipped.

The TriDef 3D mobile solution also includes automatic 3D game conversion, which DDD said is expected to be included in next generation of 3D Gadmei tablets. It said this would allow more than 30 of the latest mobile games to be played in stereoscopic 3D 'off the shelf', even though the game was not specifically developed for 3D.

Chris Yewdall, Chief Executive Officer of DDD, said: "The 3D mobile market is poised for rapid growth this year as high quality glasses-free 3D tablet screens are now ready for mass production. We are pleased to be working with Gadmei as it prepares to launch its first 3D tablets in this exciting new market."

DDD's share price was up 3.33% to 23.25p at 13:42 on Wednesday.

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