3D-Bee Stings at 5th Annual 3D Summit

October 11, 2012 6 Comments by 3DBlog

by Christopher McFarland

The stars, the sand and 3D technology? The city of Angels may be the dream of actors, but it was the dream destination of the tech savvy this week. 3D is flourishing in Hollywood, and it’s not only about the films, but the format. The 5th Annual 3D Summit was held in Los Angeles this week, and some of the most impressive technologies were born into stars. Check out the link below for a preview, in all its Hollywood glory!

A few new things mentioned in the world of 3D technology: conversion, mega and 3D expansion. These new ideas are just the unveiling of the inevitable. I feel like 3D is here to stay, and I appreciate this outstanding, new technology. This year’s 3D summit was awesome! But here’s what I liked best…

New jaw-dropping technology: the 3D-Bee 2D to 3D Converter series by VEFXi. I like 2D, but I love 3D….and all I ever wanted was a converter. This is a simple device that expands my viewing choices. Consumers, in general, want choices, and I feel the technology industry is leading consumers into choices we never knew we could have.

This is technology we all have been wanting, but could not imagine. It converts everything! Now 3D rules from the throne, if you so chose, with this device.  For a cool $700, you have a choice: 2D or 3D. Format is not an issue with this converter. The 3D-Bee converter series is perfect for home theater users. It does not matter if you have a 3D projection set-up, a 2D projector or a 3D TV, there is model that will fit your specific need.

This converter series allows the user to control the depth and the pop-out of the visuals on the screen.  The device is great for those who enjoy the 3D experience, but want to have control over the amount of 3D. When I see a film in 3D, it is an awesome experience. I recently saw a documentary about Yellowstone National Park, and I thought “this would be way better in 3D.” Now it’s an option! This converter allows me to have that experience, and that’s exactly what customers want; personal choices that enhance the home viewing experience. From the gamer to the sports fanatic, this converter should be on everyone’s wish list.

For example, 720p and 1080p 3D TVs or 3D projectors that support side-by-side 3D format, and 3D projectors that support 120Hz frame-sequential, can all be used with the 3D-Bee series. Furthermore, this device converts cable/ satellite TV, video game consoles, Blu-ray DVD players, media players, video cameras, and internet TV/video!

The 3D-Bee series by VEFXi is the new standard in home entertainment, and I’m very excited to be around during this new technological upgrade. In the past year, the 3D industry has been booming with new devices, and companies have been trying to make it is as simple as possible for the public to have access to 3D technology at home. It started with TVs, and now it has moved to a converter. I love the idea a converter because I have the ability to control my 3D experience. Like they say “3D your way”!


  1. Shannon L. says:
    Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 1:38pm

    It’s pretty strange. It takes years for movie companies to convert 2D movies to 3D, and here’s this device that is doing it in real time.


    • 3DBlog says:
      Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 6:10am

      Shannon, I think you should just try and see if it is true.


  2. Raymond says:
    Monday, October 15, 2012 at 6:14am

    I would love to try it out with the games!


  3. VEFXi says:
    Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 5:42pm

    Thanks so much Christopher for the great review!

    @Shannon, the 3D-Bee conversion technology is currently changing the scene for movie conversion. We’ve been working with several studios and are now even just about to release a new 2D to 3D conversion software for post-production houses. It’s called DiamondBlade (vefxi.com/diamondblade). Long conversion times are on their way out as we move in.

    @Raymond, you’d love playing your video games with this. Gamers are one of our biggest audiences. We just got back from Comic Con NY where people just flipped. Here’s a video of them dancing to one of our sample videos 🙂 https://www.facebook.com/VEFXi?ref=hl#!/photo.php?v=475611805803362


  4. Felicia Skaggs says:
    Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 7:43am

    Oh, I’m glad this has been eventually created. The number of the 3D movies is not that big now. There are cool relatively old movies that would look fantastic in 3D


  5. Arnaude Labrecque says:
    Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 12:10pm

    I just wonder if it can ruin one’s sight. Do you need to strain your eyes somehow?


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