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Company Overview of Masterimage 3D, LLC
Masterimage 3D, LLC develops 3D display technologies for digital cinema. The company offers 3D digital cinema systems for theaters; 3D eyewear for adults and children; and 3D auto stereoscopic displays for mobile devices. It serves clients in the United States and internationally. Masterimage 3D, LLC was formerly known as MasterImage USA, Inc. and changed its name to Masterimage 3D, LLC in November 2009. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Sherman Oaks, California with offices around the world. As of November 2009, Masterimage 3D, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Symphony 3D Holdings, LLC.
15260 Ventura Boulevard
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Masterimage 3D, LLC
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President and Chief Financial Officer
Head of Technical Operations of the European Office
Executive Vice President and General Manager of Display
Senior Vice President of Worldwide Cinema
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Masterimage 3D, LLC Key Developments
Cinema Star Chooses MasterImage 3D for Rollout of New 3D Screens in Russia
Jun 24 15
MasterImage 3D announced a partnership with Tashir Group’s Cinema Star theater chain to provide 3D cinema systems in support of their efforts to bring premium movie-going experiences across Russia. Starting in March 2015, the Tashir Group began ambitious plans to expand the high-end multiplex industry in Russia by opening over 125 new screens through the next 10 years with 3D a large component of that experience. Cinema Star selected MasterImage 3D for the presentation quality of the HORIZON3D premium digital cinema system, recognized for bright 3D without sacrificing image quality. The HORIZON3D uses a three-beam optical system that eliminates discrepancies between pass-through light and reflected light to create high-brightness 3D with greater clarity and uniformity than two-way beam systems.
Empire Cinemas Extends Partnership with MasterImage 3D as Provider of Premium 3D Solutions for All Theatres
Jan 15 15
Empire Cinemas announced an extended partnership with MasterImage 3D in a commitment to have more light on screen for 3D movies across their most premium venues. MasterImage 3D's diverse line of 3D systems enables Empire to satisfy varying 3D requirements when outfitting their Empire Leicester Square and the new Walthamstow multiplex. This continued partnership allows Empire to standardize on MasterImage 3D recyclable eyewear across all of their theatres. The Empire Leicester Square features a mix of systems which include the dual-projection, DUAL3D, and several WAVE3Ds for smaller screens that benefit from ease-of-installation. As part of Empire's continued refurbishment program, they are outfitting the large-format main auditorium with MasterImage 3D's DUAL3D to play on their immersive IMPACT screen for maximum light-efficiency and a premium experience. The new-build Walthamstow site features the latest HORIZON3D system and the WAVE3D. The contemporary theatres with wide-screen, auditorium-seating equipped the HORIZON3D for its 33% light-efficiency and 0.8 low-throw ratio. Across all Empire theatres, they provide MasterImage 3D recycled polarized eyewear for quality of 3D experience and to minimize operational challenges of washable glasses from other 3D suppliers.
RealD Inc. Files Patent Lawsuits against MasterImage 3D and Volfoni over RealD Cinema System Intellectual Property Rights
Mar 26 14
RealD Inc. filed separate patent lawsuits in the United States District Court for the Central District of California against MasterImage 3D for their MI-Horizon3D products, and Volfoni for their SmartCrystal Diamond product. These lawsuits contend that MasterImage3D and Volfoni are infringing on RealD XL Cinema System intellectual property rights with their respective products.
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