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Immersive & Simulation Displays

Immersive & Simulation Displays

Immersive displays transform user experience. Traditionally used for simulation and training, they also transform corporate, educational, research, leisure, digital art, and retail experiences - to name a few.

Immersive & Simulation Displays

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2D or 3D?

For all immersive display types, you have the option of both 2D and 3D.

There are two types of 3D displays: active and passive. In both cases you wear glasses.

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For all immersive display types, you have the option of both 2D and 3D.

What is 3D and what does it mean? It means looking at a screen and experiencing a realistic impression you’re in a three-dimensional world. In real life, we perceive in 3D because our eyes see objects from two viewpoints. 3D displays do the same thing by feeding separate images to each eye as if viewed from two positions.

There are two types of 3D displays: active and passive. In both cases you wear glasses.

Active 3D means the glasses act as high-speed shutters. Normal video runs at 60 frames per second (also written as 60fps or 60 Hz). Active 3D content typically runs at 120 frames per second. Your glasses are wirelessly controlled to interrupt the view to each eye in turn (hence ‘active’) and synchronized to the stream of video frames, so each eye gets its own viewpoint at 60fps. Active 3D works with all screen types and surfaces.

Passive 3D is also typically 120 frames per second. The separation for each eye is created by using polaroid or other filter technology such as cinema RealD. Passive 3D glasses are relatively cheap so are attractive for applications for many viewers. However, there are relatively few surface materials that work - something to take care of.

Many 3D displays can also be rear projection.

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The Leisure sector uses Immersive Displays and Simulations in a wide range of applications - see more here