Monday, March 02, 2009

Stereo Mirror 3D/stereoscopic display

Planar Systems, Inc., a worldwide leader in specialty display solutions, today announced the new entry-level version of its StereoMirror' 3D/stereoscopic display. Supporting the company's ongoing strategy to deliver display solutions designed to meet specialty needs, Planar's current SD line of StereoMirror displays has established new levels of visual performance and comfort for professional applications such as photogrammetry, computational chemistry and virtual simulation. The availability of the lower-cost, entry-level SD1710 makes it possible for larger audiences to deploy 3D monitors and for less frequent users of stereoscopic applications to benefit from the capabilities of this technology.

Perfect for photogrammetry production houses and molecular modeling teams who want to put a StereoMirror monitor on every desktop, Planar's entry-level SD1710 maintains strong stereoscopic viewing performance. Planar's top-notch engineering team and world-class supply chain have partnered to provide the ideal lower-cost solution for 3D/stereoscopic displays. Now offered at a list price 40 percent lower than the first-generation SD1710, the new model supports 1280 x 1024 resolution in stereo but with the same compatibility with graphics cards and stereo supportive software as the other StereoMirror products.

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