XPAND Partners With Presente3D

January 29, 2013
XPAND 3D and Presente3D have entered into a software distribution agreement where XPAND will offer Presente3D’s 3D Plug-in for Microsoft PowerPoint.

XPAND, the global leader in 3D technology development and deployment has entered into a worldwide distribution agreement with Presente3D, the stereoscopic 3D plug-in for Microsoft PowerPoint, to distribute Presente3D to its education and business customers.

Presente3D is an easy to use plug-in for Microsoft PowerPoint 2007/2010/2013 that allows users to easily take any Microsoft PowerPoint slide and make it 3D in minutes. The plug-in is integrated directly into Microsoft PowerPoint’s ribbon bar where you can easily add Z-Depth (Pop-out/Pop-in) and thickness to any object on the slide. The software supports all 3DTV’s, 3D-enabled projectors and is compatible with XPAND’s 3D eyewear and hardware systems.

In the latest release of Presente3D, users have the ability to create interactive 3D presentations with the ability to play 3D simulations and 3D videos from a 3D presentation created in Presente3D.

“We are happy to be working with a 3D industry leader in XPAND. They have built a large network of dealers and educators around the world who are using 3D to communicate better to their students and staff,” said Dennis Cafiero, CEO, Presente3D.

Attendees of BETT 2013 in London can stop by XPAND’s stand B12 in Hall: ExCel Modules N1-N17 to see demo presentations created with the software.

About Presente3D:

Presente3D is a software product catered to those in the classroom and marketing businesses that allows users to easily convert a 2D presentation into stereoscopic 3D as an add-on for Microsoft PowerPoint. Founded in 2011, this software has the ability to be displayed on any 3DTV, 3D-enabled projector and non-3D display through the use of anaglyph 3D glasses. To see what Presente3D can do for you, or your classroom, or business, visit www.presente3D.com.

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