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  • Rajasthan Royals wins by 3 wickets against KKR at Eden
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  • Myths of Priyanka stand eroded: Jaitley
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UAE-based Epic Electronics to launch revolutionary glass free 3D gadgets in Indywood Film Carnival

Hyderabad, Aug 6 (UNI) UAE-based Epics Electronics will launch India's first celebrity edition in consumer electronics segment (TV, Mobile, Tablet equipped with high end features and sophisticated applications) at Indywood Film Carnival, one of the largest film-based events in the country from December 1 to 4 at Ramoji Film City here.
"Initially we are targeting India and Middle East markets where we have solid marketing network. We will expand our operations to Africa and Sri Lanka by April 2018, by that time we will also be ready with 3D recording enabled devices,” Epica Electronics CEO and Aries Group of Companies Chairman Sohan Roy said in a statement here today.
Epica Electronics, a pioneer in 2D/3D animation and visual effects, will be introducing 3D products in the electronics market in collaboration with leading technology companies based in Europe and US.
In a significant move, Epica has roped in KPMG, a major provider of advisory services, for framing the strategies in India.
The USP of Epica products is 3D visuals, movies can be watched without glasses. 3D mobile phones promise accurate, secured and user-friendly authentication said top official of Epica Electronics.
The size of the Television ranges from 55 to 60 inch. Tablets will come with 7 to 10 inch.
"Regarding tablets, we have partnered with two national-level educational institutions for promoting glasses-free 3D based visual education modules. Many educational institutions have expressed their interest to collaborate and to promote 3D education. Discussions with various educational institutions across the country are progressing," said Satish Chandran, Director, Epica Electronics.
Epica Electronics has tied up with leading content providers across the globe for providing quality contents.
Trivandrum-based EPICA Studios, another venture of Aries Group, sprawled across 16,000 sq ft area produces quality 2D and 3D animation projects for Europe and Asia based broadcasters.
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Senior government officer arrested on graft charge

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