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3D Eye Solutions installs '3D without glasses' screens at home of the NHL's New York Islanders

3D Eye Solutions Inc. today announced that it has successfully installed two of its 3D autosterioscopic (“without glasses”) turnkey digital signage systems in the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, home of the National Hockey League’s New York Islanders Hockey Club.

3D Eye’s screens are located at the main entrance and outside the entrance to the executive skyboxes in the coliseum, with future installations anticipated in additional high-traffic areas throughout the facility. 3D Eye Solutions and the Islanders will seek advertisers for the new 3D systems in the Nassau Coliseum,¬†which welcomes more than 550,000 fans per season for Islanders games, as well as an additional 650,000 event attendees each year.

The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum is home to the New York Islanders and a myriad of other sports and entertainment events each year. The venue currently seats 16,250 for hockey games and up to 17,760 for concerts. Additionally, located adjacent to the arena is a 60,000 square foot exhibition hall that annually hosts 50 trade shows, consumer shows and conventions.

“3D Eye Solutions 3D conversions and screens are remarkable,” said Justin Johnson, senior vice president, corporate partnerships, New York Islanders. “3D Eye Solutions provides a vehicle for our partners to market their products and services in a unique and captivating way in front of the millions of people attending events at the Coliseum.”

“We are thrilled about the successful installation in Nassau Coliseum, and feel this is going to be a very profitable opportunity to attract advertisers to this new medium,” said Michael Gibilisco, CEO of 3D Eye Solutions Inc.