“Imagine the number of vending machines there are in Canada, the U.S. or around the world that could be converted to 3D,” Stated Smart Kids Founder Richard Shergold
We inspire vision! Smart Kids Group Inc., www.smartkidsgroup.com, a global provider of children’s digital education and entertainment, is pleased to announce that it plans to sell a proprietary software system that will display 3D content on a touch screen vending machine in Canada, the United States and throughout the world that could create the next generation of vending machines. This opportunity was obtained by the License signed with 3D Future Vision, Inc. on September 9, 2010. Go to www.3dfuturevision.com.
The recent license with 3D Future Vision, Inc. is allowing the Smart Kids Group, Inc. to diversify into 3D technology in various formats including touch screen vending machines and digital display advertising platforms with 42″, 47″, 52″ or 103″ size screens that could be placed in airports, malls and other venues to generate advertising revenues for our company and our partners.
“Our technology team stands ready to meet with major corporations to integrate this proprietary system into existing vending machines that could change an ordinary 2D machine to a cutting edge pop-out 3D beverage or snack vending machine that will catch the attention of consumers at malls, big box retail stores and supermarkets WITHOUT THE USE OF 3D GLASSES,” stated Joseph DiFrancesco CEO & Co-Chairman of Smart Kids.
“Imagine the number of vending machines there are in Canada, the U.S. or around the world that could be converted to 3D. That number could translate to tremendous revenues for our company that could bring great value to our stock and our shareholders. We will keep our shareholders informed as we move forward with this technology,” stated Richard Shergold Founder, President and Co-Chairman.
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