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In stereoscopic 3D projection technology, two pictures are simultaneously displayed from the perspectives of the left and right eyes. Each eye is projected images sixty times per second, and the shutter glasses alternately cover each eye.
Curved or straight screens can be used for 3D stereo projection (surrounding the viewer). We can fully immerse ourselves in the projected world when omni-directional screens are used to give us the sensation of immersion.
Frame sequential 3D, often known as page flipping, is a technique used by 3D projectors to mimic the feeling of stereoscopic vision, in which each eye sees a separate image.
The global 3D stereoscopic projector market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Galaxy NW-12 from Barco is the first active 3D stereo projector in the world to use the new Infitec “Excellence” filter type. It is the ideal option for any collaborative display system that uses one or more projectors.
The Galaxy NW-12 from Barco was built to function in bright settings. It is the ideal option for applications that demand stereoscopic images with the highest level of detail because it comes with active stereo capabilities by default and optional active Infitec based on the new “Infitec Excellence” filters.
Due to its fully sealed, liquid-cooled optical engine, the Galaxy NW-12 is built with one of the lowest noise levels in its class and a guaranteed long system lifetime. In addition to preventing dust from entering the projector’s interior, this also removes the need for routine maintenance.
The Christie Mirage WQ-L, an LED-based stereoscopic 1-chip DLP projection system with WQXGA (2560 by 1600) resolution and 800 ANSI lumens for clear images and remarkably realistic and lifelike colors, is the latest addition to Christie’s Mirage Series of high-performing 2D and 3D projectors.
The Christie Mirage WQ-L features a steady and dependable LED light engine with a 60,000-hour (about 6.5 years) life cycle, as well as Christie ArrayLOC for synchronized color and brightness control, which minimizes the need for calibration.
The next generation of immersive storytellers will be aided by the first product released by Canon U.S.A., Inc., a pioneer in digital image solutions.
The EOS VR System, which also includes a future firmware update for the EOS R5 camera to support use of this lens with new VR shooting specific functions, as well as new upcoming Canon EOS VR software solutions for conversion and processing, brings stereoscopic 3D virtual reality (VR) capture to the EOS R5 camera with the new RF5.2mm F2.8 L Dual Fisheye lens.
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