PureDepth, by leveraging its multi-layer effects and capabilities, brings cutting-edge visual display products to market. The company’s technology can be employed to enhance an array of advanced electronic displays, including cockpit and instrument clusters, casino games, amusement games, mobile devices, wearable devices, public information displays, among others. MLD is a 3D technology that brings real depth into the digital display world. The MLD platform can be implemented on multiple product sizes and display technologies, and is fully scalable from mobile to large form factor. In addition to the real depth, real parallax, real transparency and smart imaging the platform provides, it is also capable of spectacular high contrast, giving content a superior look and feel compared to standard displays.
Our technology offers compelling 3D virtual experience with no side-effects where user can sense real depth perception between display layers
“The in-market Casino, Pachinko and Pachislot gaming machines use the optical components of the MLD platform and custom content is built with our development environment,” asserts Singh. MLD technology is currently the dominant 3D technology in the U.S. Casino and the Japanese Pachinko and Pachislot markets.
To reflect PureDepth’s expertise, Singh brings in an interesting scenario. International Game Technology, a global gaming company, approached PureDepth to license MLD technology to create one-of-a-kind visual experiences for attracting casino customers in their game products. “We helped them by replicating the look and feel of traditional mechanical reels com¬bined with 3D effects, all within the same platform by leveraging MLD technolo¬gy,” asserts Singh. This facilitates not only an improved gaming experience, but also has driven significant revenue benefits for the client. It is this capability set that is also attracting large interest in the technology from the Automotive market also
“We develop and license a proprietary glasses-free transparent display technology backed by over 120 granted, allowed and pending patents in 20 countries protecting innovative hardware and imaging software. This is coupled to over 300 man-years of development with this technology leading to a unique know-how and trade secrets that bring the technology to life. We expect to have continuing interest from leading players in the future with the aim in bringing cutting-edge visual display products to market,” concludes Singh.