Dimenco’s glasses-free 3D displays on view at Covent Garden Christmas Event

Get in the festive mood with the special Christmas event at Covent Garden, featuring fantastic light decorations, an advent calendar made entirely of Legos, gourmet food markets and now for the first time Dimenco’s glasses-free 3D displays! Covent Garden, one of London’s greatest and most beloved shopping malls, is bedecked with Christmas themed decorations from 7th of November until January 2nd 2013.

The displays are decorated entirely to fit the Christmas atmosphere and are used to play festively themed commercials.

Covent Garden has chosen Dimenco’s glasses-free 3D Displays for its truly immersive and exciting 3D display quality with the aim to maximize the holiday shoppers’ experience. The installment at Covent Garden is a truly great achievement for Dimenco. It shows that our displays meet the still increasing demand for innovation and display quality and are worthy of being placed at Covent Garden,  known worldwide for its Christmas events.

With this latest installment at Covent Garden among others, such as Pathe Amersfoort and Amsterdam Central Station, Dimenco’s glasses-free displays are finding their way to the market worldwide. Expect many more glasses-free 3D projects to be announced soon (Mexico City and Istanbul)! In the meantime, check out our Facebook page. It is frequently updated with the newest glasses-free 3D displays sights from around the world, pictures and product announcements.

About Dimenco

Dimenco offers the world-leading glasses-free 3D auto-stereoscopic experience. Dimenco provides end-to-end 3D auto-stereoscopic solutions, which include 3D displays, components, software, content conversion and consultancy services for professional and consumer applications. Dimenco’s recent honors include the prestigious Best in Show Award at the 2012 Society of Information Displays Conference.

For more information regarding this press release, please contact: Rob Tullemans, Rob [at] Dimencodisplays.com

Source: Dimenco Displays