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Miranda's award-winning Densité 3DX-3901 Stereoscopic 3D video processor ships in time for 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™

Miranda’s new 3DX-3901 Stereoscopic 3D signal processor

Miranda Technologies today announced that its award-winning, Densité 3DX-3901 Stereoscopic 3D video processor will be shipping in time for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South AfricaTM football tournament, which will be broadcast in 3D.

"The FIFA World Cup has become a catalyst for many broadcasters to make their first move to 3DTV", says John Kim, infrastructure product manager at Miranda.

"The new Densite 3DX-3901 video processor is ideal for converting signals on-site at the event, from Dual Link to Sensio Side-by-Side format. It's also well suited to processing the incoming 3D feeds from South Africa, with conversion from Sensio Side-by-Side to Normal Side-by-Side or Dual Link signals."

Miranda's first release of the Densite 3DX-3901 processor offers high quality conversion of multiple 3D formats, including Dual 1.5Gbps, Normal Side by Side, and Sensio Side-by-Side. The 3D processing functions include Horizontal/Vertical flip and alignment, 2D to 3D conversion for 'landscape' shots, and a Proc Amp.

The processor has dual HD outputs to allow previewing of 3D conversion effects, as well as 3D/2D simulcasting. Monitoring functions include Anaglyph, Difference-Disparity, and Left or Right eye display.

Miranda's expanded range 3DTV of products now includes routers, interfacing, multi-viewers and channel branding processors.

For more information about Miranda's Stereoscopic 3DTV products, visit

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About Miranda

Miranda Technologies Inc. (TSX: MT) develops, manufactures and markets high performance hardware and software for the television broadcast industry. Its solutions are purchased by content creators, broadcasters, specialty channels and television service providers to enable and enhance the transition to a complex multi-channel digital and HD broadcast environment. This equipment allows customers to generate additional revenue while reducing costs through more efficient distribution and management of content as well as the automation of previously manual processes. Miranda employs approximately 560 people at its Montreal headquarters and in its facilities located in Wallingford (UK), Grass Valley (California, USA), Paris (France), Tokyo (Japan), Zaltbommel (Netherlands), Dubai (United Arab Emirates), Beijing (China) and Hong Kong. Miranda is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. For more information, please visit