Stream TV Networks, Inc. has announced a strategic partnership with Signagelive, global supplier of cloud-based digital signage technology. The companies have teamed up to make Stream TV’s Ultra-D glasses-free 3D displays accessible to an expanded commercial market, and earlier this week Signagelive launched support for the Ultra-D format which is available to all customers who want to add the glasses-free 3D screens to their existing networks.
Signagelive Founder and CEO, Jason Cremins told us “From the first demo we knew that Ultra-D could add tremendous value for our customers. Signagelive is happy to be at the forefront of offering an end-to-end content management system designed to work directly with Stream TV’s glasses-free 3D screens.”
Stream TV continues expanding its global reach, with recent public installations in the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) and at various locations of the Stellar International Cineplex chain of movie theaters in Shanghai and Beijing. Upcoming installations include high profile locations with strategic partners across Europe as well.
Stream TV CEO, Mathu Rajan said “Advertisers and network operators see how Ultra-D engages viewers, increases dwell time, and enhances product recall. It’s a quantum leap forward and we’re very excited to have Signagelive as a partner validating our technology by supporting us directly with a proven CMS solution available in more than 40 countries.”
The companies plan to jointly showcase the glasses-free 3D signage solution at CES next January in Las Vegas and at #ISE2017 next February in Amsterdam. To attend the CES press conference on January 4 or to schedule a media tour of the Ultra-D booth (LVCC Central Hall #10727), please contact
Stream TV is a Philadelphia-based technology company founded to develop enhanced entertainment and communications experiences. Stream TV’s breakthrough Ultra-D technology is the only proprietary glasses-free 3D solution that delivers both a stunning visual display as well content conversion from any 2D or 3D source.