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Research and Markets: 3D & 4D Technology Market Forecasts & Opportunities Report 2013-2020: IC, Printer, Gaming, Cinema Screen, CAD, Navigation, Animation, Camera, Medical Imaging, HMD, Smart-Phone, TV & Projectors

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "3D & 4D Technology Market Forecasts & Opportunities Report 2013-2020: IC, Printer, Gaming, Cinema Screen, CAD, Navigation, Animation, Camera, Medical Imaging, HMD, Smart-Phone, TV & Projectors" report to their offering.

3D and 4D technologies are now widespread across a range of display, imaging, and entertainment platforms. These provide users with a whole new level of experience, immersion, interaction, and realism and, thus, the 3D and 4D technologies have become a mainstream element of cinema, television, internet, video games, and mobile phones.

A major breakthrough in terms of developing these technologies and propagating awareness of their potential took place after the 3D and 4D technologies were being widely accepted in the entertainment industry. In the last few years, glassless new 3D TV channels have been introduced with effects achieved via multiple projectors behind the screen, combined with a lens array creating parallax effects from any direction. The FIFA World Cup was the first mass event screened in 3D.

The compatibility of 3D and 4D technologies has been gradually incorporated into a variety of consumer products ranging from Blu-ray recorders, gaming consoles, personal computers, and 3D printers. 3D technology has become widespread in homes in the developed countries making way for the 4D technology.

The 3D and 4D Technology Market - Forecast and Analysis (2013-2020) report captures the market insights in terms of the market size and forecast for the period of 2013-2020. The report is segmented by product type, application, and geography. The geographical segments of the report cover the four major regions, namely the Americas, Europe, APAC, and Rest of the World (ROW). This report also details the market on the basis of the key drivers, restraints, opportunities, impact analysis; and includes the profiles of the major players in the 3D and 4D technology markets.

The major players in the 3D and 4D Technology markets includes:

  • 3D Systems (U.S.)
  • Autodesk, Inc. (U.S.)
  • Barco (Belgium)
  • Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (U.S.)
  • DreamWorks Animation Skg, Inc. (U.S.)
  • LG Electronics (South Korea)
  • Panasonic Corporation (Japan)
  • Samsung (South Korea)
  • Sony Corporation (Japan)
  • Stratasys (U.S.).

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Cover Story - Interview With Dr. Alam

4 Market Overview

5 Market By Application

6 Market By Application

7 Market By Geography

8 Competitive Landscape

9 Company Profiles

  • 3D Systems Corporation
  • Autodesk, Inc.
  • Barco N.V.
  • Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
  • Dreamworks Animation SKG, Inc.
  • LG Electronics Inc.
  • Panasonic Corporation
  • Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
  • Sony Corporation
  • Stratasys, Inc.

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