Montreal, April 7, 2008: ImmerVision, the leader in panoramic imaging technology, has tripled its office space due to increased demand for its 360-degree panomorph technology. Over the past few years, many manufacturers have been integrating ImmerVision’s innovative panomorph optics and algorithms into consumer, commercial and government applications.

“The world has decided to ‘expand its horizons’ to see in 360-degrees, said Pascale Nini, President and CEO of ImmerVision. Our new offices will give us the necessary space for the growth of our engineering, sales and marketing teams to better accommodate the demand for panoramic viewing,” she added.

ImmerVision markets its core panomorph technology through four distinctive business units; Video Surveillance, Consumer Communication, Multimedia and Custom Panoramic Applications. Each of these units addresses different key markets where panoramic functionality will bring disruptive innovation.

Video Surveillance was the first sector to adopt ImmerVision’s panomorph technology. The IMV1-1/3 360-degree panomorph lens has been an incredible success since its launch in fall 2006. Today, ImmerVision Enables has become a recognized logo for security product’s that have panoramic functionality.

Automotive, Aerospace, Defence, Robotics and Entertainment are some of the industries that are also taking the ‘panoramic turn’ with ImmerVision’s Custom Panoramic Applications to develop 360-degree panomorph lenses to meet their specifications.

The market for Mass Communication Applications will find people communicating, without restriction using 360-degree webcams and mobile phones. These devices will soon be mass distributed by major brand name manufacturers.

ImmerVision’s PURE Player is the second most popular panorama player in the world. With more than 4 million users, it’s the only viewer that can play the same panorama file with Flash, Java, Window and Windows Mobile. A major marketing plan is underway to support and promote the PURE Player.

About ImmerVision

ImmerVision’s revolutionary Panomorph technology is the recipient of the 2007 Frost & Sullivan Award for North American Technology Innovation of the Year. ImmerVision’s mission is to “invent and bring panoramic technologies to the world.” To date, ImmerVision has established six (6) worldwide patents for its visionary technology comprised of panomorph optics and software. ImmerVision is based in Montreal, Canada and its new address is 2020 University St., Suite 2320,Montreal (Quebec) H3A 2A5. For more details