Sony Electronics: One of the stand-out i3D branding and e-Learning new media campaigns that we created using i3D technology was for Sony Electronics in the 20th century, and was built around their trillion dollar (revenues) international brand, Trinitron. Early in Sony's corporate history, their Trinitron Television brand made Sony a household name, and soon the leading corporate brand. We were brought into Sony's San Jose Headquarters on Zanzer Road to create their "Trinitron Advantage" Interactive 3D Branding website. This site used i3D to demonstrate Sony's patents and electron gun technology at a molecular (atom) level, as well as demonstrating how their technology and product worked. This i3D simulation wascoded in less than 2 Megabytes of Total Data Footprint (programming logic, 3D assets, images, audio, etc.).
Samsung Electronics: After we finished Sony's Trinitron viral branding projects, we were brought in by Samsung Electronics in Irvine, California to create their 3D e-Learning and 3D Product Demonstration collateral for the world-wide introduction of Samsung's first wide-screen Handheld PC, or HPC, called the Nexio. We virtualized this vanguard product using only 868 data points in 3D space, and also created the interactive 3D product demo for the product, using open source software. We used color management techniques to make the 16-bit WVGA display on the Nexio look like it was exhibiting a 24-bit color quality level, bolstering it's unit sales.
Tyco Electronics: Later we were brought in by one of Tyco Electronics Divisions (EloTouch Systems) to create two i3D touchscreen brandgames. These demonstrated EloTouch's huge HDTV EloTouch Touchscreens in real-time using i3D technology. We virtualized this brandgame using less than 384KB of data overhead (total file size, including code and new media assets) and later making it compatible using HTML5 with popular HVGA 480x320 screen resolutions.