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Madrid 2016 Presents Bid In 3D

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Madrid 2016 gave its bid a boost by using 3D technology that works without glasses to present its bid for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

Two hundred people attended an official presentation of the technology last week. The presentation, through Picture Production Company, reportedly used Philips 3D autostereoscopic WOWvx technology. The content, featuring what Madrid has to offer, was shown to the guests on special 42-inch 3D monitors.

Event organizer Marc Diaz Williams said, "using the Philips 3D without glasses literally allowed us to show a stand-out presentation. PPC3D developed the animated presentation and set up and supplied all the hardware".

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Madrid 2016 Summary
Bid Status: Rio won bid
Bid Date: October 2, 2009
Bid Location: IOC Congress in Copenhagen Denmark
Description: Madrid's second consecutive bid, third consecutive for Spain (including Seville for 2008). Madrid received top technical marks and many experts agree that the city was very close to winning their 2012 bid. Spain last hosted a very successful Games in Barcelona in 1992 - they may be ready again.
Bid Book: Link To Bid Book
Web Site: http://www.madrid2016.es