West Palm Beach, FL - May 5, 2005 - eDimensional, the leading manufacturer and worldwide distributor of cutting edge gaming and virtual reality accessories, today denied rumors circulating on the Internet that they were in negotiation with Nintendo Co., Ltd., of Kyoto, Japan, the acknowledged worldwide leader in the creation of interactive entertainment.
According to online buzz, the Florida-based company is in discussion with Nintendo to license or sell its patented stereoscopic 3D technology, which is currently featured on the eDimensional 3D Gaming Glasses and VirtualFX console product, for use by Nintendo in future console systems. Several internet websites and forums are speculating that Nintendo is preparing to enhance the gaming console experience with stereoscopic 3D graphics. Because of eDimensional's ability to convert a two dimensional image on a standard television screen, using the VirtualFX, into a 3D image, some may be correlating this with Nintendo's possible upgrade.
"While it is typically our policy not to comment on rumors or speculation, due to the overwhelming number of phone calls and emails inquiring about this we felt the need to acknowledge that eDimensional is in no formal discussion or negotiation with Nintendo regarding our stereoscopic 3D technology," said Michael Epstein, CEO of eDimensional.
eDimensional was founded in 2000 by a group of gamers at heart, dedicated to creating the most realistic gaming and entertainment experience ever. Thanks to fantastic customer feedback and swift success, eDimensional has grown rapidly and emerged as the leading manufacturer and world wide distributor of cutting-edge gaming accessories. The company's flagship product, the E-D 3-D Gaming System was released to critical acclaim, and has since received an unprecedented number of awards and accolades of providing the most realistic PC viewing experience. More information is available at www.eDimensional.com.
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