XPAND 3D is the official 3D supplier for Kino 2012 in Baden-Baden, Germany. Cine Project GmbH, a cinema systems integrator based in Landshut, Germany, is providing XPAND Infinity 3D glasses for use in film screenings at the show, which takes place April 17-19.
“Kino 2012 is one of the most important cinema trade shows of the year and the most influential cinema exhibitors will be in attendance, so the quality of the display systems at Kino 2012 screenings must be world-class,” said Maria Costeira, CEO of XPAND 3D. “Cine Project’s deployment of XPAND Infinity glasses at Kino 2012 ensures an unmatched 3D experience for a highly knowledgeable audience!”
The new XPAND Infinity glasses are high-end active 3D glasses, which provide the brightest, most vivid and realistic 3D images available. XPAND Infinity glasses are also optimized to work with laser projectors, making it the optimal future-proof 3D system. The glasses are available in adult and children sizes.
“It is our pleasure to provide XPAND 3D glasses for Kino 2012,” said Franz Kober of Cine Project. “Our goal for any project is to provide the highest-quality technology available, and XPAND enables us to accomplish this goal. We are looking forward to a successful Kino 2012!”
Cine Project GmbH was founded in 1995. Specializing in Cinema design and audio visual technical equipment for film theatres, their primary focus lies in the planning and installation of audio visual technical equipment.