3doo, a 3-D media marketplace, announced that it has teamed up with "3DGuy" Al Caudullo to jointly launch the "3-D Entertainment News" Channel on the 3doo media platform.
According to a release, the new "3-D Entertainment News" channel will be located on the 3doo app front page, accessible when the app is downloaded and enjoyed free of charge, without registration, on tens of millions of SAMSUNG, LG and PANASONIC Smart TVs in over 150 countries. The 3-D channel features Caudullo's previews of new feature film releases, and 3doo viewers can view scenes from most 3- D films playing in or coming to their local theaters.
"3doo is very excited to collaborate with one of the true visionaries of 3-D entertainment, with global reach," said Ingo Nadler, President of 3doo, Inc. "Al Caudullo combines a vast body of technical knowledge, peerless experience, and pure passion for 3-D to attract countless viewers from every corner of the globe."
"3doo offers 3-D content creators a fantastic way to get their product out into the marketplace," said Caudullo. "There is nothing more important to 3-D film producers than the ability to reach an audience. 3doo delivers on that with a reach that numbers into the tens of millions. That's why we are so excited to showcase our "3-D Entertainment News" channel on 3doo, the best place for content producers to publish their 3-D work."
3doo said Caudullo is a 30-year craftsman in 3-D video production and display, having pioneered 3-D shark tank and underwater productions, with a specialization in Asian markets. His clients have included include Panasonic (he instructed 3-D techniques at Panasonic's Singapore Labs), Samsung, Hitachi, NVidia, Toyota, Polaroid, Grass Valley, and Spatial View.
Additionally, Caudullo created his "3Days of 3D" workshops in Los Angeles, to foster new 3-D talent and productions with 2-D budgets. He has conducted beta testing for numerous 3-D and related software, and is the designer of the new Hero 3-3DGuy Rig and System. Sandy Climan, former CEO of 3Ality, has referred to Caudullo as a "3-D evangelist."
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