iZ3D Teams Up with Smooth Creations to Sponsor Two Custom Painted iZ3D 3D Gaming Monitors for the PDXLAN Tournament

San Diego, Calif., -June 17, 2008 iZ3D, LLC, designer, developer, and marketer of advanced 3D visualization systems, is pleased to announce that the company is once again a sponsor of PDXLAN 12, the largest LAN party on the West Coast. Custom painted by Smooth Creations, the two 22-inch widescreen 3D monitors are among the great prizes given for the many contests and raffles happening during the action-packed event in Portland, Oregon on July 18-21, 2008.

PDXLAN 12 is sold out! This event features action-packed tournaments including Counter Strike, Company of Heroes, Frontline and Team Fortress 2. New this year is MMO Annex where 100 MMO gamers (World of Warcraft, Eve Online, etc) will play online, participate in PDXLAN contests and raffles, and check out our sponsor booths. Activities include a pizza party, plus great sponsor prizes including two fabulous custom painted monitors from iZ3D and Smooth Creations, commented Matt Conwell, founder of PDXLAN.

iZ3D has its roots in the gaming community. We are strong supporters of PDXLAN events. The focus is on fun and they do an excellent job of providing a weekend full of it! This year we wanted to provide one of-a-kind prizes for PDXLAN attendees to have a chance of winning. The first monitor will feature a flaming design and the second design is a secret, remarked Thomas Striegler, CEO of iZ3D, LLC.

iZ3D offers the first S-3D drivers that feature a user-friendly interface and a flexible per game profile system. Vista compatibility is achieved via full 64-bit support (32-in-64 and 64-in-64), OpenGL Quad Buffer support, 3D Community support through anaglyph, dual projector, HMD (head mounted display) and CrossFireX support.

The system is compatible with popular dual output cards. iZ3Ds drivers are optimized to take advantage of Intels latest Core 2 Duo and Intel Core 2 Quad processor technologies.The drivers also support Microsoft DirectX 8 and 9 graphics in both Windows XP and Microsoft Windows Vista.

iZ3D created an adjustable 3D environment without eyestrain, spatial disorientation or headaches. In 3D mode, viewers can see 3D images by wearing a pair of iZ3D passive polarized glasses.

PCs equipped with a dual-output video card power the unit. Specifications include: 1680 x 1050 resolution; up to 170-degree 3D viewing angle; 5ms response time; 700:1 contrast ratio; and 16.7-million colors. The iZ3D 22 widescreen, 3D gaming monitor is available now via newegg.com, pcmall.com or the iZ3D.com website for $599.00.

About iZ3D, LLC

Headquartered in San Diego, iZ3D, LLC, develops and markets iZ3D brand products for the electronic entertainment market and commercial or professional visualization applications. Three-dimensional imaging is gaining attention in the display market, and interest iZ3D visualization technologies is rapidly increasing.

Due to the popularity of the initial iZ3D monitor product from Neurok Optics LLC, a US-based 3D technology developer and marketing company, a new joint venture has formed with Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO), a Taiwan-based leading worldwide TFT-LCD manufacturing company.

The company specializes in the design and engineering of advanced 3D visualization products, and specifically targets gamers, graphic design and entertainment as its markets. For more information, visit http://www.iz3d.com or call 858 646-3015.

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Contact:

Carol Warren

Antarra Communications

Tel. 714-891-3660 x14

cwarren@antarra.com

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