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Planar Systems introduces stereoscopic 3D technology

Oregon, USA, 14 June 2006: Planar Systems is introducing stereoscopic 3D technology to address imaging applications in geospatial intelligence and photogrammetry where customers need 3D viewing to discern depth in the imagery and interpret spatial details.

Featuring stereo imaging, comfortable viewing and dual use as a standard 2D monitor, Planar’s SD1710 provides digital image quality and user comfort to geoscientists, cartographers, engineers, image analysts and environmental planners who need to accurately map terrain, monitor erosion, design mass transit systems, identify boundaries, plan missions and investigate habitats.

Planar’s SD1710 is a desktop stereoscopic display to offer the desirable characteristics afforded by conventional AMLCDs, such as excellent image quality, high resolution, flicker-free viewing, ease of computer interfacing and a wide viewing angle that enables multi-viewer use. The SD1710 is also fully usable in normal office lighting.