New 3D Technology, Inc. (N3T) of Rochester, NY has over 30 years of experience refining 3D displays. We believe that the Company is now on a mission and has a viable path to become a world leader in the potential transition to viewing on glasses-free 3D display screens for motion and still images.
N3T innovations allow workers to be in a more productive mode with no loss of resolution or brightness from conventional monitors and without special glasses. 3D studies conducted with NASA revealed an 18% improvement in pilot situation awareness.¹ A N3T monitor at home will show programs and games with real world image depth, just as experienced in life outside the display.
The goal of the Company is to license the innovative technology to monitor manufacturers (e.g., ASUS, Vizio, etc.) who have contacts and access to distribution channels to collect recurring royalty payments from branded sales. According to our calculations, the size of the market that this business model accesses is estimated to be over $4B.
- Entered into approximately $1M contract with US Air Force to build a prototype monitor, which the USAF is using to explore 3D applications in the Research Labs
- March 2019 — redirected company mission from being a lifestyle company completing projects to commercializing displays as monitors and TVs
- Delivered a working 3D monitor with viewer tracking capability to create best image for a moving viewer
- Completed sales to commercial customers with follow-on projects expected from their customers
- Large market with 340M devices sold every year.² A N3T 3D monitor could be sold in their place.
- Multiple contacts from product developers that want a 3D display in their product
- Transition to a licensing model may result in potential re-occurring royalty payments
- N3T's 3D technology has been the subject in articles by NASA and Tech Briefs
- 30 years of experience developing and refining technology for 3D display
- Contracted by NASA to build a display to improve pilot safety
- Patented (3) display technology
The desire for 3D has always been very strong. Other efforts at 3D displays required special glasses, special display equipment, or proprietary software and systems, all of which have proven highly unpopular and unacceptable.
There is high interest in the military to improve performance and situational awareness and commercial applications, where 3D would improve productivity (e.g., engineering/design, medical imaging) and for consumer use, starting with games. In virtually all cases, uncomfortable and inconvenient glasses or head mounted gear are used now.
Most other methods that deliver 3D are compromised, particularly with regard to image resolution and display brightness.
N3T solves these needs with two models of glasses-free 3D displays:
- Smaller optimal viewing area in front of the screen (best used by system operators)
- Displays the optimal image over a larger viewing area that allows the user more movement in front of the display
In addition, Company products allow a monitor to easily switch from 3D viewing to the familiar 2D display on the same device. So an N3T monitor could be used where any current device is in use and be used as current monitors are now with no loss of performance and the addition of high quality 3D capability.
Thus, where more than 340M 2D display devices are now sold each year (over 140M monitors and 225M TVs), we believe a N3T technology monitor could be purchased.²
THE LONG AWAITED FUTURE IS HERE!
The Company is pursuing a go-to-market plan that goes from sales to military to commercial, then to consumer, which we belive could leverage gaming to enter the household. While the price is reasonable and acceptable to the military now, the company envisions this enabling the price to become more acceptable to homes. N3T has already completed commercial sales and is fielding many prospective projects with customized business uses.
Initially, N3T plans to outsource production of glasses-free 3D monitors with the Company’s brand name to sell to military and to seed commercial and gaming markets. N3T anticipates revenue being product-sale based.
The Company plans to move to license the technology to name brand monitor and TV manufacturers to collect annual royalty payments. Through these efforts, there is belief that this will enable much higher volume of sales and more royalty payments.
With both 2D/3D capability in the same device, the entire currently sold monitors and TVs are potential targets for a 3D capable display. This market is over 340M devices sold each year, valued at $222B annually.²
While this market is expected to show modest growth (approximately 1% per year), various market experts projected an annual increase to be between 15% to 28%.³ This represents projected growth to over $100B by 2028.
Use of Proceeds
If the offering's maximum amount of $1,070,000 is raised:
|Use||Value||% of Proceeds|
|Project: Final Design of Tracking Model||$215,000||20.1%|
|Design Chip to Mix Dual Video Feeds||$40,000||3.7%|
|Salary- Current Employees, Benefits||$200,000||18.7%|
|Build Product for Sale||$40,000||3.7%|
|Molds for Plastic Exterior Parts||$100,000||9.3%|
|Expand Product Portfolio||$102,570||9.6%|
This is an offering of Common Stock, under registration exemption 4(a)(6), in New 3D Technologies, Inc.. This offering must raise at least $10,000 by October 31, 2022 at 9:59pm ET. If this offering doesn’t reach its target, then your money will be refunded. New 3D Technologies, Inc. may issue additional securities to raise up to $1,070,000, the offering’s maximum.
If the offering is successful at raising the maximum amount, then the company’s implied valuation after the offering (sometimes called its post-money valuation) will be:
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