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Kino 2012 selects XPAND as official 3D supplier

April 17, 2012

XPAND 3D is the official 3D supplier for the Kino 2012 cinema trade show in Baden-Baden, Germany, which runs April 17-19. Cine Project GmbH, a cinema systems integrator based in Landshut, Germany, is providing XPAND Infinity 3D glasses for use in film screenings at the show.

The new XPAND Infinity glasses are high-end active 3D glasses. Infinity glasses are also optimized to work with the coming generation of laser projectors. The glasses are available in adult and children sizes. For more information on XPAND 3D, visit www.xpand.me.


Kino 2012 selects XPAND as official 3D supplier

April 17, 2012

XPAND 3D is the official 3D supplier for the Kino 2012 cinema trade show in Baden-Baden, Germany, which runs April 17-19. Cine Project GmbH, a cinema systems integrator based in Landshut, Germany, is providing XPAND Infinity 3D glasses for use in film screenings at the show.

The new XPAND Infinity glasses are high-end active 3D glasses. Infinity glasses are also optimized to work with the coming generation of laser projectors. The glasses are available in adult and children sizes. For more information on XPAND 3D, visit www.xpand.me.

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