Lightspeed Design, Inc. / DepthQ® today announced that the European Patent
Office has granted European Patent No. EP 2959341 “Stereoscopic Light Recycling Device” for its DepthQ®
CineBright™ 3D high brightness passive polarization product.
Chris Ward, President of Lightspeed Design said, “The grant of this patent by the
European Patent Office, in addition to our patents in the US and Canada, is further
confirmation of the unique design of our DepthQ® CineBright™ product, reinforcing its
legitimacy as an IP-protected alternative for theater owners who want to present
royalty-free, high-brightness, high-quality 3D in theaters worldwide.”
“Lightspeed Design thanks and recognizes the critical support of our long time liquid crystal supplier LC-Tec
Displays AB, whose patented and precisely manufactured fast-switching polarization technology plays an important
role in supporting our now patented product.”
DepthQ CineBright is a high-brightness passive polarization solution for 3D digital cinema. The system delivers a
dramatically brighter 3D image for a cinema’s guests while maintaining DepthQ's superior optics, speed, sharp
focus, low-crosstalk, advanced heat protection and 5 year optical warranty. CineBright's unique design is covered
by patents in the United States, by U.S. Patent Nos. 9494805 and 9693044; Canada, by Canadian Patent No.
2907565; and the European Union, by European Patent No. 2959341, soon to be validated in key intellectual
property territories across the European Union. CineBright is also covered by an allowed patent application
pending in China as Chinese Patent Application Publication No. 104272182A.
The DepthQ CineBright 3D high brightness passive polarization product is also covered by worldwide intellectual
property insurance through Lloyd's cover holder, Intellectual Property Insurance Services Corporation (IPISC).
The minimum one million dollar policy was only made available after an extensive and sophisticated legal analysis,
reviewed by independent third party intellectual property experts.
IPISC has been in the business of protecting client’s IP assets for 25 years and is a worldwide leader in intellectual
property insurance and services. Lloyd's is the world's insurance and reinsurance market specialist.
LC-Tec Displays AB is a technology company specializing in optical components based on liquid crystal (LC)
technology. Located in Borlänge, Sweden, LC-Tec has over 25 years’ experience of designing and manufacturing a
wide range of LC-based products, including optical shutters, variable ND filters, and polarization modulators.
For further information, please contact: Chris Ward, President, Lightspeed Design, Inc.: +1-425-637-2818, or visit
the website http://www.depthq.com or contact the sales department at firstname.lastname@example.org