Samer Ramadan with Prime Minister of Lebanon Fouad Sanyoura
…Showcasing the important milestones of its 3D technological advancements and achievements.
Mission3-D was founded in 2002 with a “Mission”, to advance and bring the joy and benefits of Stereo 3D technology to the masses. 7 years later, we are happy to share with our readers our accomplishments and the important milestones we reached during this 7-year period. With this 7th year promising to be a banner year for Mission3D. (more…)
Mr. and Mrs. Samir Chikhani and Samer Ramadan with the Grand Prize
In 2008, The Charles Chikhani Foundation in partnership with CERAM university of Nice, France, the CERAM Alumni association, The Beirut Chamber of Commerce, L’Orient Le Jour Newspaper, Executive Magazine, Le Commerce du Levant Magazine, Beritech, American University of Beirut, Memac Ogilvy, and in memory of the departed Charles Chikhani who was a victim of a 2007 car bombing, created Lebanon’s first Innovation Awards. (more…)
The above CNN Headline News | Hotwired special report first aired back when Mission3D first introduced their 3D Digital Camera Kit, the first in the world.
I still remember being informed by our then PR agency PerkettPR that the folks at CNN really liked our product and that they will air a report on Hotwired about it. We were coming off another great favorable review by Time Magazine who had earlier awarded our Photo3D Kit, Time Magazine Gadget of the Week. Click here to learn more about the kit.
I remember sitting across from the TV and waiting for the report to air in the USA market, I had my VCR ready to record the review. Then with total excitement we began to watch it. The report was really favorable and fun, but along the way when the Photo3-D Kit image was being broadcasted, Mr. Brian Cooley, Editor at Large at CNET.com, makes the following statement: “…and even though 3D Photography is still basically a fun gimmick, there is no purpose to it, it’s kind of fun…” (more…)
Why was the Super Bowl XLIII 3D extravaganza both a major success and a big failure? Who’s to blame?
If you watched the super bowl and enjoyed the 3D effects of PepsiCo’s Sobe Lifewater and Dreamworks’ Monsters vs. Aliens commercials created using InTRU 3D, you are probably lucky. But for the rest of us, it felt like Dreamworks and their 3D execution consultants pulled a stunt and the audience took the bait. Are they to be blamed? Sam Ramadan believes they are partly culpable. (more…)
The big hype this year was the Super Bowl 3D commercials with the biggest disappointment coming after most everyone put on those also much-hyped 3D glasses and saw little or no 3D effects.
Everyone needs to know that Dreamworks’ Monsters vs. Aliens promises to be a big hit on the big screen, and Sam Ramadan believes it will be, because unlike the Super Bowl commercial which was broadcast in anaglyph stereo YB vision (the producers call it Color-Code 3D), the actual film will be shown in theaters in Real 3D and IMAX 3D, which offer a 3D-controlled viewing environment and use stereo polarized 3D glasses that are unisex (independent of feminine or masculine vision) (more…)
From this article’s headline, you are probably wondering, oh no! One more thing that defines differences between males and females!
Yep, but this discovery all happened by chance. Over the past 6 years, I have conducted much research at Mission3D regarding the effects of Viewing Stereo 3D Photography on various individuals. My research included nearly 15,000 subjects from the USA, Hong Kong, China, Lebanon, Dubai, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia. (more…)
Back in August of 2002, when I first decided to invent the Photo3D kit and bring the joy of 3D photography into everyone’s home, I began looking for the best Anaglyph 3D glasses in the world to include with the kit. I ended up buying so many different models from just about every manufacturer in the USA, Europe and the Far East. But nothing satisfied my appetite for a high quality viewing experience; by far, the majorities, if not all of the products, provided inferior lenses, not to mention Geeky looking. (more…)
After Five years of research and development and over Two million US dollars invested, Mission3DPublishing Ltd. announced the introduction of a new, exciting communications medium that is set to increase the effectiveness of advertising vs print by as much as 75 times! The technology full endorsement from Barry Mok, Managing Director of Grey Worldwide in Hong Kong, who said “I’ve seen Stereo 3D before, but Mission3D’s results are truly amazing.” Mok also said he plans to be “among the first to recommend that our clients use this technology.” (more…)