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|24th September 2004, 12:02||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
VisionStation: "low-cost" 3D immersive viewing system
How do the applications benefit?
Standard flat-screen applications can display a field of view (FOV) of no more than 60°. The Elumens VisionStation allows for a fully immersive display of 160°. The VisionStation's ultra-wide FOV creates an amazing sense of space and depth, without need for goggles or glasses. The large size of the VisionStation screen (1.5 meters) also helps promote an excellent sense of immersive 3D.
Cheapest model: 18.000 euro
Most Expensive model: 67.000 euro.
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