SENSIO will launch revolutionary stereoscopic 3D Home Theatre Solutions at CES 2003 in Las Vegas

Montreal, December 19, 2002 – SENSIO received a 2003 Innovations Award in the video category for its revolutionary patent pending SENSIOTM 3D video processor. The 2003 Innovations Awards honorees were recently announced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), in conjunction with the 2003 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The Innovation Awards, the most widely renowned consumer technology awards program, recognizes products that exhibit excellence in design and engineering.

SENSIO brings the home movie experience to the next level by developing and marketing avant-garde technologies that offer home viewers the most advanced and immersive movie theatre experience. Its 3D video processor transforms the conventional home theatre experience into a 3D stereoscopic, at-home movie experience that rivals the best theme park experiences.

SENSIO will launch its first product, SENSIOTM 3D, at CES in Las Vegas on January 9. SENSIO will be showcasing its product at booth 21108 (LVCC SO 1&2) by presenting clips from visually stunning 3D movies.

“SENSIO is targeting mid to high-end home theater systems owners. The SENSIO TM 3D processor puts viewers in a world so real, they can almost reach out and touch it, ” said Nicholas Routhier, President of SENSIO.

Successfully introduced last September at CEDIA 2002 in Minneapolis (Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association) during private demonstrations to major retailers and trade journalists who specialize in home theatre systems, the SENSIO TM 3D processor is now ready for orders. Audio Plus Services has signed up with SENSIO for all retail North American Sales.

SENSIO is also working in partnership with post-production companies and technical service facilities to offer a larger choice of 3D movies to owners of the SENSIOTM 3D processor. There are more than 100 titles available with ten new films currently in production; James Cameron (Titanic) is directing one. SENSIO has signed an agreement with Technicolor, via its Canadian subsidiary Covitec, in order to jointly offer to Studios and independent 3D movie producers and distributors the new SENSIOTM 3D formatting service, which converts 3D movies to stereoscopic DVD.