On Wednesday, Montreal’s Sensio Technologies Inc. revealed its licensing agreement with Samsung for its technology to be used in 3D televisions.
The company will sell Samsung – the world’s largest television maker – software that will allow 3D images to be converted back to 2D mode. The technology, known as Sensio S2D Switch, allows users to watch 3D programs in standard modes. This is useful for when there is a large group of people and not enough glasses to share, or of people are not comfortable watching 3D programs.
Below is a statement from Nicholas Routhier, President and CEO of Sensio:
“After licensing other manufacturers last year, signing this agreement with Samsung Electronics constitutes another major milestone and validates our S2D Switch patent licensing strategy on which we have worked for a long time now. For us, signing a patent licence agreement with the world leader of 3DTVs definitely enhances the value of our S2D Switch patent, and our overall patent portfolio, and demonstrates that leaders in the industry value our intellectual property. We expect this agreement to positively influence our ongoing negotiations with other TV manufacturers who have deployed or are considering integrating our S2D switch technology.”
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