His Imperial and Royal Highness Prince Georg Friedrich of Prussia Witnesses the Signing of a Cooperation Agreement.

PrussiaOn Wednesday, July 3, 2013, His Imperial and Royal Highness Prince Georg Friedrich of Prussia witnessed the signing of a cooperation agreement between the German high-tech company, Tridelity AG, and Blue Ocean Technology from China, at Schloss Hohenzollern in Germany.

Tridelity AG manufactures:

“…glasses-free auto-stereoscopic 3-D screens.  The company has been pioneering the development of this cutting-edge technology for years, offering the highest quality 3-D  solutions. In addition to related technologies and services, Tridelity AG also provides an extensive hardware range of solutions for single-viewer and multi-viewer purposes, with unprecedented viewing comfort, exceptional 3-D depth and the highest resolution in the industry.”

Blue Ocean Technology is a supplier of “…well-known manufacturer display screen components.”

Anyway, according to various sources, the two companies came together thanks in part to Prince Georg Friedrich, and the purpose of the signing of the cooperation agreement is to “…introduce, develop and distribute Tridelity AG’s products into the Chinese market.”


News Regarding TSHs Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco. (VIDEO)

Palais PrincierOn the afternoon of July 6, 2013, His Serene Prince Albert II of Monaco arrived at the Sporting d’Hiver in Monte-Carlo to visit the special exhibition, Dangerous Luxury.

The exhibition, designed by the Campana Brothers, was created especially for the 150th anniversary of the Societe des Bains de Mer.  According to the Monaco-based events site, MaBoum, the exhibition:

“…reflects on the concept of luxury in the context of everyday objects. Works combine diamonds, leather and bronze, with natural materials from the Brazilian decorative tradition. The exhibition also features a selection of furniture from the Brazilian Baroque Collection.”

Afterward, the sovereign prince accompanied by Princess Charlene arrived at the Monte-Carlo Beach restaurant where they had a nice lunch on “Le Deck.”

If you are interested in learning more about the Campana Brothers and their designs please visit their official website here.

The Campana Brothers talking about their new exhibition, Dangerous Luxury.

Photo courtesy of the Palais Princier