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SightSpace 3D for Google SketchUp Now Available for Kindle Fire

April 17, 2012

BOULDER, Colo., April 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Limitless Computing Inc.®,( )a leading provider of 3D mobile Augmented Reality, today announced that its SightSpace mobile application for Google SketchUp(TM) is now available for Kindle Fire users through the Amazon.com Appstore for Android at a list price of $14.99.

The Sightspace 3D Google SketchUp viewer for the Kindle Fire makes it possible for mobile users to view their own 3D creations or integrate with the Google 3D Warehouse, providing limitless possibilities. For the first time, educators can show famous buildings to students. Home projects, like countertops, appliances, furniture, flooring, and even outdoor projects like landscaping can be viewed in stereoscopic 3D on the popular Kindle Fire.

“Our customers continue to teach us new ways to use SightSpace 3D, and we know we will be inspired by Kindle Fire users because the device is so well-suited to our app, especially our stereoscopic 3D capability,” commented Dr. Errin T. Weller, president, Limitless Computing Inc. “We encourage Kindle Fire users to tell their stories.”

About Limitless Computing

Limitless Computing Inc. is a Boulder, CO-based company that has been providing cloud computing since 2006 and specializes in Augmented Reality. Limitless Computing brought Augmented Reality to Google SketchUp in 2011 with the release of the mobile application SightSpace 3D for Apple and added Kindle Fire and Android devices in 2012. www.LimitlessComputing.com.

Limitless Computing and logo are registered trademarks of Limitless Computing Inc. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders.

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