3dicon corp (TDCP) Key Developments
3Dicon Partners with Schott Defense on Next-Generation 3D Display Technologies
Mar 13 14
3DIcon Corporation announced that it has entered into a Joint Development Agreement with SCHOTT Defense. The agreement encompasses both joint business development and joint technology development activities. 3DIcon's CSpace technology represents the next generation of 3D display technologies, producing high-resolution, full-color, true 3D images. This display does not require special viewing aids or 3D converting eyeglasses, does not cause viewer fatigue during prolonged use, and is capable of producing translucent images for viewing inside images. This technology goes beyond the capabilities of current display methodologies and its application can have a significant impact in federal government use, such as air traffic control, cargo screening, tactical situational awareness, geospatial exploration, medical diagnostic displays, and in sensitive intelligence applications. Leveraging SCHOTT Defense's long-time reputation in delivering high-quality equipment to the federal government, 3DIcon will be able to introduce the CSpace technology solution to the entire gamut of government requirements and mission needs. 3DIcon's patented CSpace volumetric 3D display technology, along with SCHOTT's specialty glass and optics technologies, intellectual property, and expertise in delivering quality equipment to the federal government, positions the team to develop displays across the entire spectrum of U.S. government needs. 3DIcon, with SCHOTT Defense, is executing its strategic vision to build a comprehensive interdisciplinary team that aggressively positions itself, through expanded technology and a depth and breadth of market knowledge, for enhanced access to federal business and funding opportunities for continued development of CSpace technology.
Insight Media Founder Joins 3DIcon Technology Advisory Board
Dec 16 13
3DIcon Corporation announced that Mr. Chris Chinnock, Founder and President of Insight Media, has joined the company's Technology Advisory Board. Insight Media, founded in 1998 by Mr. Chinnock, is a display-focused market research, publishing, consulting and event management company that uses a core team of display industry experts to deliver its products and services.
3D Icon Corporation Announces Senior Management Changes, Effective Immediately
Nov 5 13
3DIcon Corporation announced a restructuring of its corporate management team. Effective immediately, Victor F. Keen, the current Co-Chair of the 3DIcon Board of Directors, will assume the role of Interim CEO. Until recently he was the chair of the Tax Practice Group at Duane Morris LLP, an international law firm and one of the 100 large law firms in the world with more than 800 attorneys. Current CEO, Mark Willner, has stepped down and will assume a strategic consulting role with the Company, focusing his efforts on the commercialization of and business development for the Company's patented 3D display technology, CSpace(R).
3D Icon Corporation Board Names Sidney Aroesty as Chairman of its Business Advisory Board
Apr 5 13
3D Icon Corporation announced that Sidney Aroesty, currently a board member of 3DIcon Corporation (3DIcon), will be stepping down effective April 15, 2013. Mr. Aroesty will become Chairman of a newly formed Business Advisory Board of 3DIcon and will act as a consultant on an as needed basis. Mr. Aroesty retired as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics, a division of Siemens AG in 2007 and joined 3DIcon's board in 2012.
3D Icon Corporation Amends its Bylaws
Apr 5 13
3D Icon Corporation adopted by unanimous written consent an amendment to the company’s Bylaws (the 'Amendment') pursuant to which it established a Business Advisory Board to assist and advise the Board in any business matter on which the Board seeks advisement. Furthermore the Board established a Technical Advisory Board to assist and advise the Board in any technology matter on which the Board seeks advisement. The Amendment also provides for indemnification to any member of either Advisory Board to the fullest extent provided by the Company’s Bylaws.