Marchon3D today announced that on October 7, 2010, the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued an official Notice of Allowance on one of Marchon3D’s patent applications relating to its curved M3D™ 3D lenses, signifying that a patent will shortly issue. The patent will also cover the method of manufacturing the patented lenses, which decode three-dimensional content in cinemas and on television and computer screens. Once issued, manufacturing anywhere in the world of lenses covered by this patent for importation into the US will be prohibited.
According to David Johnson, the President of Marchon3D, “We are very pleased that the Patent Office has determined that all 12 of the claims in our patent application are directed to novel and patentable inventions. In addition, we have other pending applications in the United States and other countries worldwide relating to different aspects of our M3D™ lenses which will further strengthen our patent portfolio.”
Marchon3D, a division of Marchon Eyewear, markets frames and lenses featuring a portfolio of patent-pending circular polarized 3D lens technologies that stand apart from all other premium 3D lenses due to its unique, curved lens design. The lenses are inserted into premium-style frames that offer wearers superior fit, comfort and an outstanding 3D viewing experience. M3D™ lenses also provide 100% UVA/UVB/UVC protection, allowing wearers to use Marchon3D eyewear as sunglasses. Additionally, Marchon3D eyewear is RealD certified, ensuring an optimized viewing experience in all RealD enabled theaters, as well as compatible passive-system 3D televisions, and laptops.
For more information about Marchon’s new 3D collection please visit online at www.marchon.com.