Provision 3D Displays Named 2010 New Product Innovation of the Year by Frost & Sullivan
CHATSWORTH, California – November 17, 2010. Provision Interactive Technologies, Inc. ("Provision"), a subsidiary of Provision Holding (OTCBB: PVHO), announced today that it has been named the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2010 North American New Product Innovation of the Year Award for 3D Holographic Displays. The Award was presented at the 2010 Best Practices Awards banquet on November 16 in San Antonio, Texas. "We’re honored, gratified and excited to receive Frost & Sullivan’s esteemed recognition as Provision is the first company to be given this distinction in 3D displays," said Curt Thornton, President and CEO of Provision. "However, that is exactly what makes this award even more significant. It independently validates a core business tenet which we have held since our inception – that a clear focus on doing the right things and being perseverant can provide the basis for long-term growth and success."
"We’re honored, gratified and excited to receive Frost & Sullivan’s esteemed recognition as Provision is the first company to be given this distinction in 3D displays," said Curt Thornton, President and CEO of Provision. "However, that is exactly what makes this award even more significant. It independently validates a core business tenet which we have held since our inception – that a clear focus on doing the right things and being perseverant can provide the basis for long-term growth and success."
3-D Without the Glasses - Is It Really 3D?
One company, Los Angeles-based Provision Interactive Technologies, a subsidiary of Provision Holding, Inc (PVHO), says 3-D without glasses is possible with its relatively new holographic projection technology, called Holovision, that projects a digital image up to 3 feet in front of the projection box’s screen.
Instead of showcasing your company’s product on a table or display shelf in your booth, put it “out there” with the HoloVision from Provision Interactive Technologies Inc. HoloVision is a 3-D screen that projects an image so that it looks as if it is floating in space. The screen can be encased in a kiosk or tabletop unit, and the projected images can vary from a single item shown in 10-second clips to a play list of dozens of 60-second videos.
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