Los Angeles, CA – The Virtual Reality Expo Los Angeles has announced they will feature a new 3D LED screen from HavaVision3D this week at the entrance of the show. The Virtual Reality Expo in Los Angeles is the world’s largest virtual reality technology show founded by Cosmo Scharf, John Root, Jonnie Ross, Jessica Ward, Adam Levin and James Bairian. HavaVision3D was featured at the 2016 SIGGRAPH show were the founders were first introduced to the exciting 3D LED screen.
The giant 3D LED screen draws crowds from all around the world playing a huge role in the augmented reality industry expected to be worth $58 billion dollars by 2020. Hugh Richards, CEO of HavaVision3D says “HavaVision3D is a new and disruptive display technology. The technology enables creativity by overcoming technological limitations of traditional 3D projectotion.” A the 2016 SIGGRAPH show HavaVision3D was recognized as the most advanced 3D LED technology in it’s class. Richards continues “It presents new opportunities and freedom to fascinate, entertain, present and educate. HavaVision3D allows creators to deliver full motion, HD video and animation far out into the audience.”
One of the interesting studies done by HavaVision3D engineers involved 3D vertigo. “Our system operates without the vertigo syndrome that viewers experience with 3D projectors. It is bright and offers incredible reach into the audience,” says Richards. “HavaVision3D is comfortable to watch and enjoy.”
HavaVision3D is a Haverford Systems company. Haverford Systems is a diversified technology company based in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Established in 1987, we create and build innovative technology companies. Our companies include HSI Systems Intergration, PTZOptics, HuddleCamHD, Conference Room Systems, and HavaVision3D.