Voted the Best 3D Television Comedy at the 3D Film Festival In Los Angeles Safety Geeks: SVI is the comic adventures of an elite force of safety experts who in fact are a team of ridiculously obsessed misfits ineptly making the world safer. The CSI-like team investigates accidents in a manner more fitting Monty Python or Adult Swim. P.O.S.H. (Professional Occupational Safety Hazard) provides an obscure well-meaning service – Safety Geeks are keeping the world safe accidentally in an hour-long comedy mini-movie in stereoscopic 3D. Safety Geeks: 3D stars Brittney Powell Tom Konkle David Beeler Steve Tom Mark Teich Mary Cseh Frank Payne Ransford Doherty Chanel Ryan Jim Woods and Benton Jennings and was written and produced by Beeler and Konkle. The show's production company has a distribution agreement with DDD to deliver 3D content like Safety Geeks to the web in 3D through the Yabazam store and now through Digital Dynamic Depths partnership with a major studio 3D Blu-ray distributor. Safety Geeks: 3D is the first 3D live action comedy web series released for viewing in 3D on computers last year and now on 3D televisions and Blu-ray disc products. The Safety Geeks show can also be ordered on TIVO under the 3D Fun Category of CASPA On-Demand in Australia and New Zealand. The 1st Annual 3D Film Festival was presented by RealD and The Los Angeles Film School is produced by 3D live event pioneer The Dream Factory at the Los Angeles FilmSchool and their new RealD 3D-enabled screening room. Safety Geeks: 3D is the first 3D live action comedy web series which was released for viewing in 3D on computers televisions and Blu-ray Disc products. Produced by Beeler and Konkle the web series has received other accolades and nominations for its creative content and special effects from the Streamy Awards LA Web Series Festival Stay Tuned TV and more. Konkle says It was a real team effort with the creative and technical sides all coming together. “As evidenced by DDD’s role in the recently introduced Acer 3D notebook PC TriDef 3D has proven to be a very popular product with OEMs seeking to introduce 3D PC products in the notebook and desktop markets” says Chris Yewdall chief executive of DDD.