EFCO recently introduced the industry’s first development and signage solution for creating advanced 3D slot machine games.  The company’s 3D Bare-Eye Content Development Kit and Signage Solution allows developers of casino slot machine games and digital signage displays to provide 3D content that can be viewed without special glasses.

3D Bare-Eye is based on the Unity software environment – the defacto standard development toolset among game developers.

“Until now, casino slot machines have been limited to two-dimensional graphics. 3D Bare-Eye transforms these games and elevates the customer experience to the next level. It’s really a completely new and unique experience and really grabs the player’s attention,” said Ron Mazza, CEO of EFCOtec Corporation. “For example, instead of simply displaying images of coins on the screen, the coins now appear to be falling out of the slot machine towards the player. And 3D Bare-Eye is not limited to casino gaming.  It can also be used for any digital signage or progressive display application.”

3D Bare-Eye Solution is made up of a development kit and a broadcast kit. The content development kit is based on Unity, the most common gaming development environment, so that it is easy to adopt. In addition to providing software development tools, the kit also comes with a monitor, computer system and a proprietary interface card that connects the development system to the playback system. Features of the 3D Content Development kit include: Intel Core i5-6500, 4C/4T with boost to 3.6GHz, L2=6GB. Graphics NVIDIA GTX1050Ti (4GB GDDR5) or GTX1070Ti. Storage 2.5" SATA SSD 256GB. Power consumption average of 190 watts. Resolution of 3840 x 2160.

The broadcast kit comes with a ready-to-use 55” and 65” 3D digital signage 4K display with playback system. A 3D film on the monitor provides the third dimension to viewers. Features of the kit include Intel Pentium CPU, NVIDIA graphics GTX1050Ti (4GB GDDR5), 2.5" SATA SSD 64GB storage, power input of AC 100 ~ 240V, 50 ~ 60Hz and power consumption averaging 150 watts.