Thursday, June 24, 2004

Digital Holographic Technology: THe Next Big Thing? 3DIcon Corporation, a communications development company, today announced that there appear to be no significant intellectual property obstacles to its unique pursuit of the development and commercialization of digital holographic technology. In his first public account following 3DIcon's April launch of a collaborative relationship with the University of Oklahoma (OU), CEO Martin Keating said, "OU's findings that our three-part focus and planned development have little or no patent competition is most encouraging. This industry is indeed in its infancy. It's exciting to know that we're poised to acquire the necessary patent rights to participate in what we believe will become a multi-billion-dollar industry."
Over a two-month period, the University of Oklahoma has determined that fewer than fifty U.S. patents have been issued for inventions in the field of holographic technology related to the areas being pursued by 3DIcon. "We thought there might be hundreds of patents already granted," Mr. Keating commented. "But not even a dozen have been issued in the particular areas that our technology assessment is pointing to. The bottom line is, this field is wide open. That's most encouraging to us. We certainly hope that the University of Oklahoma will become the epicenter of this fascinating new
technology," he concluded.

2 Comentários:

sweetsplat said...

Hey Peter....have you been following this technology since you posted this? I think it is very exciting

sweetsplat said...

You been following this technology form 3d Icon?

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