Mechdyne immersive 3D displays

Written by: Laura Hopperton | Published:

Mechdyne has launched its ACE Dual-View technology, designed to produce two distinct user perspectives from a single 3D digital projector.

The new technology allows two people working in an immersive stereoscopic environment to see a different view of 3D images. According to Mechdyne, both viewers would be separately motion tracked, meaning that the images they see as they explore and interact are unique to their view. The technology has been designed to enable more natural discussion when viewing virtual prototypes or navigating virtual scenes and allow each user to see the other user's position and orientation relative to the virtual world and the objects it contains.

Potential applications include engineering review, such as the design of an automobile interior within a CAVE system, as well as surgical simulations, in which an experienced practitioner may be observing or instructing a student in new techniques.

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