For the First Time Ever - In-home Digital 3D Porn is Now a Reality

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Bad Girls in 3D announced the launch of its website badgirlsin3d.com which, for the first time ever, offers a complete in-home 3D entertainment system and a subscription service for downloadable 3D adult content. The company will be demonstrating its products at Booths 312 at the adult entertainment expo, Adult Con, during April 9-11, 2010 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Adult stars and Bad Girl performers April O’Neil and Taylor Daye will be making appearances in the company’s booth during the show.

The in-home adult 3D experience is truly astonishing

Attendees who marveled at the company¼s digital 3D demonstration of pornstar Breanne Benson at January¼s AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas, can now purchase the Bad Girls in 3D entertainment bundle and begin downloading digital adult 3D content from the company¼s website at badgirlsin3d.com.

“We were overwhelmed by the enthusiastic response we received from the adult industry, the media and consumers at January¼s AVN show,” said Lance Johnson of Bad Girls in 3D. “Since AVN, we¼ve been filming a lot of 3D content with some of the industry¼s most well known pornstars, including: Alexis Texas, Eva Angelina, Krissy Lynn, Mia Melani, McKenzee Miles, Mulani Rivera and January 2010 Hustler centerfold MacKenzee Pierce. Everyone that sees our films is blown away. The 3D simply looks amazing!”

Customers can now log onto badgirlsin3d.com and purchase a complete inhome 3D system and choose a membership plan. The system is sold with a 60” Mitsubishi 3D-ready DLP HDTV for $3,999. Customers can also purchase the whole system without the TV for $1,800. The company provides a free video tutorial that shows customers how to hook up the 3D equipment when it arrives.

When customers subscribe to the site for a year, the subscription amounts to less than $16 per month.

"The in-home adult 3D experience is truly astonishing,” said Johnson. “This is not your grandparents¼ »headache inducing¼ anaglyph 3D with red and blue paper glasses. Our system uses active shutter glass from XpanD, the same system that has been embraced by the world¼s leading display manufactures like Panasonic, Sony and Mitsubishi. The hardware system is compatible with current and future 3D formats such as the soon to be available 3D cable networks, satellite channels and 3D Blu-ray Disc players.”

With the success of recent 3D Hollywood movies and upcoming high profile 3D sports broadcasts, the growing demand for adult 3D content is obvious. Experts predict revenue from the sale of 3D TVs to be over $20 billion in 2011. As a frontrunner in the industry, Bad Girls in 3D is positioned to be the world¼s leading producer of adult 3D content. Johnson stated, “We plan to update our site regularly. We have a lot of experience shooting 3D and it certainly helps to be working with some of the industry¼s top adult performers.”

The films tell an ongoing story of suburban adults as they go about their daily lives. “We chose to interconnect the scenes and characters to further encourage the viewers¼ participation. In each Bad Girls in 3D scene, we reveal small details that connect the characters to prior or future episodes,” said Johnson.

In addition to offering its 3D content to consumers via the internet, the company plans to license its 3D films to adult theaters and to video-on-demand providers worldwide.

Recently, Sony confirmed Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs will released on Blu-ray 3D to coincide with the availability of its 3D Blu-ray Disc players this summer. Also, Disney announced that its first 3D Blu-ray Disc release, A Christmas Carol, will be available in the fourth quarter of 2010.

When 3D Blu-ray Disc players become available to consumers, the Bad Girls in 3D content will be some of the very first adult offerings in the new high definition format.

For more information visit badgirlsin3d.com. Bad Girls in 3D will be demonstrating its products at Booth 312 at the adult entertainment expo, Adult Con, during April 9-11, 2010 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

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