StereoGraphics® Corporation, a supplier of stereoscopic visualization products, and Christie Digital Systems, first in stereoscopic DLP(TM) projection, are teaming up to conduct free demonstrations of their stereoscopic 3D visualization solutions in Boston, Philadelphia, Raleigh/Durham and Chicago starting April 30th to May 10th, 2002. These demonstrations will show the benefits of visualizing in Stereo3D(TM) to scientists, engineers, digital content creators and other professionals who create complex 3D images in industrial VR, molecular modeling, GIS/mapping, MCAD and medical imaging applications.
Christie will showcase its new Mirage line of three-chip DLP stereoscopic projectors incorporating StereoGraphics’ Stereo3D controllers. Mirage projectors recognize high frame rates and display brilliant, high-resolution images for true plug and play stereo projection. A single projector solution, Mirage is optimized to work with Liquid Crystal (LC) shutter glasses for active stereo, or with LC modulators, for passive Stereo3D using polarized eyewear.
StereoGraphics will feature its SynthaGram(TM) Monitor autostereo display (no eyewear required), CrystalEyes3 active shuttering eyewear and Monitor ZScreen 2000i stereo viewing panel (used with passive polarized eyewear). These Stereo3D visualization products enable realistic visualization of complex digital models, giving scientists, engineers, digital content creators and other professionals the best possible understanding of three-dimensional information.