U.S. Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Volfoni Is Dismissed
June 17, 2014
LOS ANGELES--Worldwide leader in 3D technology Volfoni announced today that RealD agreed to dismiss the U.S. patent lawsuit against Volfoni in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Volfoni denies RealD's allegations of U.S. patent infringement against Volfoni's SmartCrystalTM Diamond product, and asserts that RealD has no corresponding international patents for the U.S. patents at issue in the lawsuit.
Volfoni continues to offer its SmartCrystalTM Diamond product to theater-owners on the international market, to great success. The SmartCrystalTM Diamond passive 3D polarization system uses an innovative "Triple Beam" technology, producing the highest light efficiency of any 3D system on the market. Volfoni provides the most flexible and affordable business model of any 3D equipment manufacturer.
"We are pleased to report that Volfoni and RealD have agreed to end this lawsuit regarding U.S. patents," said Thierry Henkinet, President of Volfoni. "We stand behind our product, SmartCrystalTM Diamond, which has been heralded by our clients around the world as a groundbreaking 3D cinema system."
Since its founding in 2007, Volfoni has grown to become one of the premier companies in 3D cinema, and recently has released on the international market the SmartCrystalTM Diamond 3D cinema projection system, which is powered by its newly engineered Triple Beam technology that gives 3D movies an extremely bright and clear picture with a light efficiency close to 30%. Volfoni has offices in France, Spain, Germany, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, India, and Los Angeles, California. For more information, please visit our website at www.volfoni.com .
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