First Stereographic 3-D Developer Tools for the iPhone 3G

Press Release from Spatial View Inc/

TORONTO, CANADA -- June 1, 2009 -- Spatial View Inc., a leading developer of 3D image processing and autostereoscopic display technologies, today announced the introduction of Wazabee 3DeeInterlacing SDK and Wazabee 3DeeInterlacer to allow third party developers to create 3D games, applications and video content for the iPhone 3G. Combined with the Wazabee 3DeeShell and its current suite of applications, iPhone app developers will be able to create and view applications in vivid 3D.

The 3DeeInterlacing SDK contains tools for developers to create 3D content for the iPhone, including a runtime component that allows games and applications to run in 3D when using the 3DeeShell. Additional elements include implementation examples, a user implementation guide, developer license, and end user licensing agreement. The 3DeeInterlacing SDK is compatible with the Mac operating system and is available to download for free at http://www.wazabee.net/sdk.

The 3DeeInterlacer enables content creators, licensees and production houses to interlace existing content and distribute it for display on 3DeeShell-enabled iPhones. The 3DeeInterlacer is compatible with both the Mac and Windows operating systems and can be downloaded for free at http://www.wazabee.net/interlacer.

"We're excited to launch the first 3D developer tools for the iPhone 3G, which offer unlimited potential for creating 3D games and applications," said Beat Raemy, CEO of Spatial View, Inc. "Our Wazabee line of 3D products, along with these new tools, make it easy for developers to learn and create a vivid mobile 3D user experience on the iPhone 3G."

The Wazabee 3DeeShell, announced at MacWorld 2009, is a protective case with a removable lens that enables glasses-free viewing of multimedia 3D content on Apple's iPhone 3G. Priced at $49.99 / 49,99 Euro, the Wazabee 3DeeShell is available for purchase at www.wazabee.net. To help customers get started, free multimedia 3D content is available at www.wazabee.net/content.

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