The 3D Innovation Center (3DIC) and the Professional Council of 3D Images (3D Council), which is part of the China Television Artists Association (CTAA), took the first step towards an international cooperation. Dr. Ralf Schäfer, chairman of 3DIC’s Steering Committee, and Dr. Wang Fu chairman of the 3D Council will exchange a Memorandum of Understanding at the 3Tec in Beijing.
This agreement is the basis for future events in China and Europe where the partners of both organizations can meet, establish contacts and exchange know-how about each other's markets. Sebastian Knorr from imcube labs, who is a member of the 3DIC Steering Committee, will be its representative in China.
The cooperation will be officially announced at the conference of the 3Tec in Beijing on April, 18-19. Organized by imcube labs, this conference is the first joint project of the two parties and an important step for the future relationship between China and Europe with regard to 3D technologies.
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The 3D Innovation Center opened in 2012 at the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin.
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The Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute is a world leader in the development of mobile and fixed broadband communication networks and multimedia systems. From photonic components and systems to fiber optic sensor systems and real-time image processing architectures, the Heinrich Hertz Institute works together with its international partners from research and industry on building the infrastructure for the future Gigabit Society. Fraunhofer HHI is your competent partner for UHDTV, 3D TV, 3D displays, HDTV, gesture controlled man-machine interaction, image processing, coding and transmission, and use of interactive media. Fraunhofer HHI is also the initiator of the 3D Innovation Center and responsible for its set up and organization.
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