Thursday, 09 February 2012
WolfVision brings reality even closer with New 3D Ceiling Visualizer Prototype
WolfVision, the European manufacturer of high end Visualizers, has developed a NEW, stunning 3D Ceiling Visualizer prototype. Inspired by current trends in technology, this could very well be the future of Visualizers in many training rooms and educational centers around the world.
WolfVision sees potential for professional Visualizer applications in 3D, in a diverse range of applications such as science and education, product design and engineering, medicine and telemedicine, and videoconferencing/telepresence.
The prototype 3D Visualizer is equipped with two high precision premium quality lenses, which generate high quality images, which in turn are converted to 3D format in realtime using the on-board stereoscopic mixer.
12X optical zoom capability ensures that items of all sizes can be picked up quickly and easily, and the synchronized lightfield which is projected onto the working surface, means that it’s also easy to find correct positioning for display materials.
3D images are output via HDMI 1.4a in the following formats:
- 1080p60 side by side/line alternative/page flip
- 1080p30 frame packing/top-bottom
Images can be viewed in amazing quality, without glasses, on suitable display screens. Standard 2D images in 1080p60 format can also be output if required.
This remarkable new 3D Visualizer prototype allows participants to see material onscreen as if they were standing directly in front of it. This is a great benefit, particularly in situations where in-depth training needs to be delivered from a remote location, because when material is displayed with a greater degree of realism, it facilitates a deeper level of understanding.
This new and exciting Visualizer prototype is pushing the boundaries of Visualizer technology, and demonstrates WolfVision’s commitment to continuous innovation and outstanding product excellence.
Videnda is the exclusive Wolfvision distributor for the island of Ireland, contact us for more information.
Posted by Shane Humston