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Sony Electronics: One of the first major i3D branding and e-Learning projects we created was for Sony Electronics for their leading brand, Trinitron. Early on in Sony's history the Trinitron Television brand made Sony a household name and corporate brand, and we were brought in to create the TrinitronAdvantage Interactive 3D Branding website, which demonstrated Sony's patented technology at the molecular level as well as demonstrating how the product works. See the PDF section of this website for a sample of this i3D simulation in Adobe Acrobat 3D PDF format in under a Megabyte of Data Footprint.

Samsung Electronics: After we finished the Trinitron viral branding projects we were brought in by Samsung to create the e-Learning and Product Demonstration for the worldwide introduction of Samsung's first widescreen handheld PC, called the Nexio. We virtualized the product in only 868 data points and also created the interactive product demo for the product using off the shelf software that was included on the shipping Nexio units (IE & PPT). We made a 16-bit WVGA display look like it was exhibiting 24-bit quality.

Proficient Audio: Recently we were brough in by one of Proficient's distributors to create an e-Learning simulation around a Product Virtualization of one of Proficient's newest Home Theater and Home Audio products called: The Source. We virtualized the product and show how to wire it with a User Interface complete with 3D animated buttons and 2D background images and diagrams, all in less than 384KB of data overhead (PDF file size). See the PDF section for a sample of the work performed on this project.

Ergotron: For this project we were given a 40MB CAD file of the LX Mount Arm and remodeled the entire product in only 150KB of data and then added in product functionality via internal PDF JavaScript code and a User Interface for users not familiar with the use of i3D new media objects. This project was delivered under Acrobat Reader V7. Note that it is possibly to product projects that are compatible with Adobe Acrobat Reader V7, V8 and V9, but that most users will have long since upgraded to Acrobat Reader 9.1 and that software has the most features, stability and security.