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17th August 2011

LiveCast Media Announces Unified 3D Video Delivery

livecast mediaFrom the 2011 Concours on the Avenue, exhibition in California’s Carmel-by-the-Sea,  Vancouver’s LiveCast Media has announced the first unified live 3D video streaming and delivery platform. LiveCast’s cloud based architecture enables anyone to broadcast 3D video up to 1080p/i HD quality and instantly have it viewed on any 3D video enabled device, including: home theatres, set-top boxes, laptops and mobile phones.

“We are very pleased to have these new broadcasting technologies bringing our event, Concours on the Avenue, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California to far more people and in a much more realistic way than ever before,” said Doug & Genie Freedman, Founders of Concours on the Avenue event. “To see and appreciate these extraordinary collector cars and their owners, gives people the chance to feel like they are actually here with us, sharing in the full three dimensional reality of this extraordinary event.”

“The goal of For Locals Only LLC is to bring the communities of the world together,” said Gary Hamada, Larry Weingarten, & Neal Kruse of For Locals Only LLC. “Working with LiveCast Media and employing their exciting new 3D live broadcasting technologies has made it possible for us to achieve our goals in ways never before possible.”

LiveCast’s innovative solution is particularly timely towards enhancing the new 3D enabled mobile phones now entering the global marketplace, such as the HTC EVO 3D and LG Thrill. You can view this 3D event live or on-demand on your 3D device without need for glasses.

“It has been a pleasure partnering with the For Locals Only team to offer the world’s first convergent live 3D webcast,” said William Mutual, CEO, LiveCast Media. “This achievement is the result of overcoming major technical hurdles and will greatly propel the onset of the 3D ecosystem and available of enhanced content.”

LiveCast is working with existing enterprise customers and mobile operators to provide the technology for a variety of use cases including: news gathering, healthcare, security, public safety, field maintenance, and public safety. LiveCast will be adding vertical specific features, which will further extend the value for unique applications within those industries.

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