Paramount 3-D Movies Headed for 3DGo

May 2013
Stereo World;May/Jun2013, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p29
The article offers information that Sensio Technologies Inc. has signed a 3-D video-on-demand (VOD) licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures for the availability of 3-D (three-dimensional) movies for on-demand rental on its 3DGo, a transactional VOD service.


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