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PRESS RELEASES

APR 16, 2015  3DIcon Well-Positioned as Interest Grows for Cyber Technologies
APR 3, 2015    3DIcon Announces Personnel Changes
FEB 26, 2015  3DIcon CTO Publishes Paper in Journal of Display Technology
FEB 23, 2015  3DIcon to Attend National Defense Industrial Association's 16th Annual Science & Engineering Technology Conference
JAN 28, 2015  3DIcon to Attend SPIE DSS 2015 Conference
JAN 15, 2015  3DIcon Names Doug Freitag Vice President of Technology and Business Development
DEC 9, 2014   3DIcon Submits Proposal to National Institutes of Health for an fMRI Interface
OCT 15, 2014 3DIcon Meets With US Air Force to Discuss Applications of 3D Imaging Technology
SEPT 29, 2014    Medical Device Daily Highlights 3DIcon's Innovative 3D Imaging Technology
SEPT 23, 2014 3DIcon to Pursue National Institute of Health Grant Request
SEPT 02, 2014   3DIcon Hosts US Congressional Staff for Oklahoma to Demonstrate Its Eyeglass-Free 3D Volumetric Display Technology


CEO INSIGHTS

JAN 14, 2016  CEO Victor F. Keen Shareholder Update
OCT 08, 2015 CEO Victor F. Keen Update to Shareholders
MAY 26, 2015  3DIcon Shares SPIE Presentation
MAY 19, 2015  3DIcon featured by Med Device Online
MAY 11, 2015  3DIcon reports on successful conference attendance and presentation
APR 21, 2015  SCHOTT Defense and 3DIcon to Present at SPIE Defense Security and Sensing (DSS) Conference
APR 06, 2015  3DIcon reports on successful NDIA attendance; looks forward to upcoming conferences
MAR 25, 2015  3DIcon Responds to a Solicitation from Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO)
MAR 12, 2015  3DIcon featured by NASA Tech Briefs
MAR 03, 2015  Company update regarding federal funding initiatives
FEB 27, 2015   3DIcon featured by Medical Design Technology
FEB 05, 2015   3D Volumetric Displays vs Augmented Reality
DEC 04, 2014   How 3D Volumetric Display Can Support Operating on Babies Hearts
NOV 25, 2014   The Role of Glasses - Free 3D Volumetric Displays in 3D Printing
NOV 19, 2014   3DIcon Identifies $1.8 Billion Weather Forecasting Systems Market
OCT 07, 2014   3DIcon Meets with Air Force to Discuss 3D Imaging Applications



3DIcon Submits Proposal to National Institutes of Health for an fMRI Interface

Download PDF      Company Aims to Secure Funding to Further Development of 3D Volumetric Display Technology for Medical Imaging

TULSA, OK -- (Marketwired) -- 12/09/14 -- 3DIcon Corporation  (OTC PINK: TDCP), a developer of groundbreaking 3D volumetric display technologies that are designed to produce full color, 360-degree volumetric high-resolution images, announced today it has met the deadline to submit a project proposal for funding to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). http://ir.3dicon.net/press-releases/detail/1264/3dicon-submits-proposal-to-national-institutes-of-health


Figure 1. 3D printing of an infant’s heart. (Wonderful Engineering, Feb, 2014)

 

                                                                                                              Figure 1. Volumetric 3D Image of a Storm (Popular Mechanics, May 2013)
 

3DIcon is a developer of groundbreaking 3D projection display technologies that are being designed to produce full color, 360-degree volumetric high-resolution images. The company’s mission is to surpass current 3D technologies by creating true-to-life 3D images that occupy a 3D space and appear fully formed as viewed from any angle without any special viewing aids. The commercial applications for 3D imaging technologies are projected to approach a market size of well over $7 billion by 2018. General applications include Healthcare and Medical, Industrial, Media and Entertainment, Defense and Security and Architectural and Engineering.

The company recently achieved a historic breakthrough in the development of 3D display technologies with the creation of a working laboratory prototype of its proprietary 3D display system CSpace®. 
CSpace® renders high-resolution, 360-degree, three-dimensional images without any viewing aids.
3DIcon’s CSpace® technology is expected to be scalable to large volumes, high resolutions, and will eventually support full color images. 

This technological breakthrough represented by CSpace® has been recognized by the U.S. Patent and Trademark office, which issued 3DIcon patents in December of 2010 and September 2012. Patents #7,858,913 and 8,247,755 were issued to 3DIcon for “Light surface display for rendering a three-dimensional image” and “3D Volumetric Display.”

These patents strategically position the company to lead the emergence and commercialization of volumetric 3D display technologies.

In 2011 3DIcon launched Pixel Precision®, a software product that targets the R&D market for developers using Texas Instruments’ DLP line of products.


PARTNERSHIPS:

Schott Defense
Joint Development Agreement 
Further reading on JDA:
http://www.us.schott.com/english/news/press.html?NID=536 
http://www.3dicon.net/about/partnerships



Schott Laser Glass Image Found on Schott website:

http://www.us.schott.com/advanced_optics/english/products/optical-materials/optical-glass/active-and-passive-laser-glasses/index.html


Posted On: July 29, 2014

By: Jim Stein

History teaches that to observe, and then to understand, is the first step to victory. At one point a wooden horse full of Soldiers was all you needed to sack a city.
Too bad the Trojans didn’t have today’s imaging technology — the Greeks never would have made it past the gate.
But even today’s advanced sensor technologies, which produce all manner of 3D sensor data streams, challenge our ability to interpret and understand the available raw 3D data due to the limitations of 2D displays.


Schott Defense Renderings of CSpace below:
 Ground Battlespace rendering

3DIcon 3D Volumetric Display on Land
http://www.us.schott.com/defense/english/

From radar, sonar, and x-rays to lasers and multispectral technologies, new imaging systems are offering more options for warfighters to gain a strategic advantage in situational awareness.
And the next big advance could provide the most comprehensive view yet. 3D volumetric displays could give warfighters a glasses-free, full color, high-resolution three-dimensional perspective of the battlespace
— on, above, and even below it, depending on the environment.

These 3D volumetric systems aren’t yet in the hands of warfighters because the several prototypes are not yet easily scalable.
But a new kind of laser glass could change that soon, improving situational awareness across the full gamut of battlefield environments.
And like many defense technologies, 3D volumetric displays will eventually have applications far beyond the battlefield that could make the world safer, more aware, and better informed.


How 3D Volumetric Displays Work

3D volumetric displays will be key to the ongoing development and evolution of display technology.
The latest research and development out of SCHOTT Defense’s joint development partner, 3DIcon, offers a glimpse of that future.
Its volumetric displays create a 3D image by projecting precisely coordinated laser beams into a medium containing rare earth materials, exciting those materials to display a monochromatic image,
though full-color images are planned for the future.


 Battlespace rendering ocean (sub is transparent and can be seen through)

3DIcon 3D Volumetric Display at Sea

Images can be found onhttp://blog.us.schott.com/

3DIcon’s CSpace technology is developing a unique clear host material doped with rare-earth ions to create a transparent 3D projection medium capable of fluorescence.
This achievement means the CSpace 3D volumetric displays don’t require special eyeglasses or viewing aids, nor do they cause fatigue during prolonged use.
CSpace allows the full display, manipulation, and exploitation of internal volume imaging as well, whereas other laser display systems, such as holographic displays, can only render surface volume, and are unable to show an interior view.

Glass is the enabling and critical material acting as the host medium for the laser-excited rare earth materials.
A new kind of laser glass could improve the quality of the image and the efficiency of the laser, while also facilitating the rapid scaling of 3D volumetric display systems so they can be deployed to warfighters en masse.
The glass’ laser properties, customizability to different compositions, and manufacturability all make it integral to the laser system used to project the 3D images.


Beyond defense: The broad impact of 3D volumetric displays

While this technology is moving beyond prototype development, it would most immediately benefit intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) situational awareness.
By finally being able to display 3D data such as radar and sonar plots in real 3D, one can instantly and intuitively understand the actual spatial relationships between objects, elements, and environments.

3D volumetric displays could also improve applications that involve parameters of space and distance and offer multiple points of view without requiring artificial depth cues like lighting, shading, and perspective.
Here are five ways 3D volumetric displays could eventually transform the wider world outside defense:

1. Faster airport security checks and border crossings. By fully capturing the 3D capability of x-ray imagery, border and customs inspectors can more effectively scan and observe the interiors of vehicles, trucks, shipping containers, and packages. True 3D displays offer officials multiple perspectives to resolve ambiguity. TSA screeners would gain a clearer view of the objects in your suitcase, potentially reducing additional screenings of suspect luggage.

2. Safer air traffic control. Several recent near-crashes between airplanes have raised scrutiny over air traffic control systems. Current systems display the position of airplanes as icons on a flat 2D display. With 3D volumetric displays, however, operators would have a more comprehensive overview of the airspace and planes’ location in relation to one another and better navigate them to and from runways.

3. Better preparations for natural disasters and more. The federal government undertakes geospatial exploration in which it collects, maintains, and uses information linked to geographic locations to help in decision-making and to support national security, law enforcement, health care, environmental protection, and natural resources conservation, among other functions. 3D volumetric displays would offer more information for geospatial analysis that could improve road maintenance and natural disaster responses.

4. More accurate oil and gas exploration. Seismic data is critical in assessing a particular area for potential oil and gas extraction. However, seismic data suffers because 3D data is still underutilized by 2D displays. 3D volumetric displays, by offering a detailed 3D depiction of where deposits might lie, how large they are, and how accessible they might be, can make the expensive process of oil and gas exploration more efficient, accurate, and productive.

5. Greater visibility during medical operations. MRIs and CAT scans are incredibly powerful diagnostic tools rich in 3D data. 3D volumetric displays can provide volume rendering of the surface and the interior of any human organ, increasing the effectiveness of real-time imaging systems for doctors and surgeons who need better awareness of what’s happening inside the human body.

For now, these innovative 3D volumetric displays are still in the early development phase, but could be boosted by government funding. The U.S. government’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) fund fuels just this kind of advancement, and SCHOTT Defense and 3DIcon are pursuing funding from the full spectrum of interested agencies, from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to the National Institutes of Health.

While the current imperative is on improving the operational capabilities of the warfighter, the potential future applications are diverse and transformative, changing the way border patrol agents, air traffic controllers, seismologists, and doctors observe and understand the world around them.


Digital Light Innovations
Design Partner and Distributor

Digital Light Innovations is an Authorized Design Partner and Reseller for Texas Instruments' DLP® Discovery™ technology, the most widely adopted and reliable spatial light modulator (SLM) on the market today.  Digital Light Innovations specializes in custom engineering, applications development, and sales of DLP® Discovery™ products.  The DLP® Discovery™ platform is a highly versatile development tool that enables spatial light modulation for a variety of industries including lithography, spectroscopy, and adaptive optics. DLi is a global company that has serviced customers around the world in areas including Germany, Sweden, Japan, China, India, U.K., Brazil and Canada.


INVESTMENT CATALYSTS

Research and Development Partnership with University of Oklahoma

3DIcon has a Sponsored Research Agreement (SRA) with the University of Oklahoma (OU), whereby 3DIcon's technologies are being developed by leading researchers and scientists in multiple disciplines on two campuses.
3DIcon has the exclusive worldwide rights to technologies developed under the auspices of the SRA.

On December 1, 2010, 3DIcon and OU entered into a material definitive agreement whereby OU converted all sums due to it by the company into stock.
This agreement amounted to OU owning approximately 8% (or 59,000,000 shares) of 3DIcon.


CSpace®

The CSpace Volumetric Imaging System (static volume display technology) is the company's flagship technology that is being rapidly developed.

On December 21, 2010,
3DIcon announced OU was awarded patent 7,858,913 for CSpace.

CSpace uses a clear volumetric image space within which invisible nano-size up-conversion material is dispersed. A volumetric 3D image is rendered when invisible laser beams are precisely directed into the image space, exciting the nano-materials to emit visible light and thus display a full color, volumetric image. CSpace does not require viewing aids or glasses, does not cause viewer fatigue during prolonged use, and is capable of producing translucent images for viewing the inside of images, such as human organ, cargo containers, baggage, ocean or terrain features, or troop carriers, all of which are beyond the capabilities of other current display methodologies. CSpace is pure, static 3D display that doesn't require mechanical rotational movement and has the potential to generate 3D images with a resolution up to 800 million voxels -- eight times that achieved by a typical mechanical swept-volume display.

CSpace has a wide market for potential applications in such fields as medical imaging (CT, MRI, dental), baggage and cargo scanning, military performance-mission planning, tactical awareness, decision support, and post engagement assessment-engineering and geospatial exploration, education and training applications, entertainment applications (video games), air traffic control systems, space transportation systems, and earth science research. For example, CSpace provides volume rendering of the surface and the interior of any human organ, which could increase the effectiveness of real-time imaging systems such as fMRI that are central to future medical care and research (prototype image of human rib cage). Other types of displays, such as holographic displays, can render objects but are unable to show an interior view; those displays would not be effective in applications that require rendering of object interiors such as medical images, cargo scanning for homeland security, and others.

Learn more about CSpace at: http://www.3dicon.net/patents/cspace
 

Pixel Precision®

3D Icon launched its first product, Pixel Precision®, which targets the research and development market for Texas Instruments' DLP® technology. The provisional patent application covering Pixel Precision® was filed on January 29, 2007. Pixel Precision® emerged as a by-product of the research conducted on its core 3D technologies. Sales channels for the product include software distributors as well as direct sales by 3DIcon. 3DIcon's new product is expected to address the needs of a market that includes projection and display manufacturers that design, manufacture, and market products based on DLP® technology. In addition to digital TV, DLP® technology is also being used in several emerging applications like 3D metrology, confocal microscopy, holographic data storage, scanning, and other advanced imaging and visualization applications.

Learn more about Pixel Precision at: http://www.pixelprecision.net/

 


Share Structure 

     
Shares Outstanding
  893,741,151
a/o Aug 14, 2015
Float Not Available
Authorized Shares 1,500,000,000
   
  
Shareholders
Shareholders of Record 535
  a/o Mar 31, 2014
 


Real, Static Volumetric Displays: No glasses needed.
 (Ticker: TDCP.QB)   
For Further Company INFO, including patents, Management Team, Engineering Team, Schott Defense JDA, and the University of Oklahoma (SRA) R&D partnership, please visit:
http://www.3dicon.net/


United States Congressional 
(Both House of Representatives and Senate)  
Staff pictured Below with 3DIcon team: 9-2-2014, for a Lab Scale demonstraition



* From the left, Joel Starr (Military Legislative Assistant for Senator James Inhofe), Ken Evans (financial consultant, 3DIcon), William Barnes (Defense LA for Rep. Markwayne Mullin), Michelle Altman (Deputy CoS/LD for Rep. James Lankford), Jason Self (Military and Veteran LA for Rep. Markwayne Mullin), James Mazol (Legislative Director for Rep. James Bridenstine), Katharine Bruce (Defense LA for Senator James Inhofe), COL Bob McAleer (Army Senate Legislative Liaison), Hakki Refai (CTO, 3DIcon), Doug Freitag (Federal Business Development, 3DIcon), John O’Connor (Chairman of the Board, 3DIcon), Jason Grassie (Veteran Affairs LA for Rep. Frank Lucas)
 


         
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#33904  Sticky Note 3DIcon Announces the Signing of Exclusive Licensing Agreement Shaz 06/29/16 03:42:31 PM
#33622  Sticky Note 3DIcon Corporation Announces Merger With Coretec Industries LLC Clonefan 06/01/16 03:02:30 PM
#32718  Sticky Note $TDCP ~ 3DIcon Corp. due diligence report http $Pistol Pete$ 01/28/16 01:37:41 AM
#34167   65% WOW! How does TDCP benefit k741 08/27/16 08:12:05 AM
#34166   The merger also provides an escape hatch for chemist72 08/26/16 02:37:57 PM
#34165   The whole intent from the very beginning was Clonefan 08/26/16 02:16:09 PM
#34164   The entire idea of them merging with 3dicon chemist72 08/25/16 02:14:49 PM
#34163   I have a question. What are the Bec1 08/25/16 10:30:09 AM
#34162   TDCP: Maybe a short-lived pump if merger gets chemist72 08/22/16 12:08:13 PM
#34161   New Product Idea ------ Cortec /3DIcon should introduce Just Me Too 08/19/16 03:41:52 PM
#34160   Nothing exciting here until merger agreement is officially chemist72 08/19/16 11:20:44 AM
#34159   Any guesses as to what the share price EVL 08/18/16 06:12:09 PM
#34158   Common - Maxed Out OS, Dilution, Reverse Splits, Clonefan 08/17/16 10:52:12 AM
#34157   What is the common denominator of this one RiverTradings 08/17/16 04:37:17 AM
#34156   The OCAST proposals make me very uncomfortable about k741 08/16/16 11:30:15 PM
#34155   Class action ... Law suit onelove17 08/16/16 08:30:46 PM
#34154   Wow, this dilution machine just keeps printing more Clonefan 08/16/16 06:41:42 PM
#34153   I noticed the reason the o/s shares aren't razorback74 08/16/16 04:06:15 PM
#34152   Boy, they keep pushing out the closing of razorback74 08/16/16 04:02:36 PM
#34151   TDCP files 10-Q; flaflyersfan 08/16/16 03:48:24 PM
#34150   correction ..according to 10Q just out yesterday ..Share iamthe walrus 08/16/16 03:12:20 PM
#34149   Share exchange agreement expected to close near iamthe walrus 08/16/16 02:55:16 PM
#34148   Gallons and gallons of CHS! Clonefan 08/16/16 01:15:36 PM
#34147   Could be. If I were Hakki, I Clonefan 08/16/16 01:14:18 PM
#34146   It could have been a company looking for k741 08/15/16 08:20:09 PM
#34145   EVL, they cannot even spell it right; flaflyersfan 08/15/16 07:13:28 PM
#34144   They (Coretec) have one product CHS with multiple EVL 08/15/16 03:02:51 PM
#34143   Just a simple copy and paste from the Clonefan 08/15/16 02:43:43 PM
#34142   The company web sites will probably be combined Clonefan 08/15/16 02:38:13 PM
#34140   Exactly. Cant find volumetric display anywhere on that site? rbairos 08/15/16 02:18:15 PM
#34139   rbairos, I thought they were in the siloxane flaflyersfan 08/15/16 01:27:42 PM
#34138   More irrelevant now, then 10 to 15 years rbairos 08/15/16 12:54:45 PM
#34137   Thanks for the history lesson. It sounds like k741 08/15/16 07:50:04 AM
#34136   Keating engaged OU to do a pilot study Clonefan 08/12/16 02:16:38 PM
#34135   Not surprising given Martin's history and that he k741 08/11/16 08:43:28 PM
#34134   So! RS coming next PR!! onelove17 08/11/16 04:43:18 PM
#34132   12 Billion in dilution coming once merger is Clonefan 08/11/16 04:28:10 PM
#34129   12 billion shares diluted with Cortect merger! Clonefan 08/10/16 02:06:36 PM
#34127   Well said Jim… BoomSoon 08/10/16 11:04:25 AM
#34119   It is the the patent application that flyer razorback74 08/09/16 05:30:54 PM
#34118   Found this info on USPTO.gov - chemist72 08/09/16 10:57:46 AM
#34117   chemist72, link; flaflyersfan 08/09/16 10:18:36 AM
#34116   I was asking about "the ULTRA HIGH-RESOLUTION VOLUMETRIC chemist72 08/09/16 10:13:31 AM
#34115   United States Patent Application 20150029315 flaflyersfan 08/09/16 09:30:31 AM
#34114   My theory on Coretec merger delay with TDCP: chemist72 08/09/16 08:34:19 AM
#34113   link please, TIA chemist72 08/09/16 08:22:48 AM
#34112   Who cares this stock has no bounce left !!! onelove17 08/08/16 06:02:23 PM
#34111   You are forgetting about the 12 billion common Clonefan 08/08/16 03:53:26 PM
#34110   Invest now for a trade and bounce!!! onelove17 08/04/16 08:15:55 PM
#34109   Looks like the ULTRA HIGH-RESOLUTION VOLUMETRIC THREE-DIMENSIONAL DISPLAY razorback74 08/04/16 03:01:57 PM
#34108   Hahaha believe me if I could get a onelove17 08/03/16 02:46:02 PM
#34107   If you're serious about wanting to see what hammbone62 08/03/16 02:20:26 PM
#34106   Yes! What's so hard to believe ? They onelove17 08/03/16 01:46:45 PM
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