3D-News Archive December 2001

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New Book: Erotic Photographs in 3D
3D-News Posted: Thursday, December 6, 2001 (1:32 UTC) | Posted By: Webmaster

A new book was recently published in France. "Le Secret des Yeux"
("The Secret of the Eyes") contains 96 stereo black & white stereo
pairs, tastelfully colored as in the old days of photography.

The author and artist, Philippe Assalit, carefully chose his subjects
and manages to re-create an "old-time feeling". The coloring is very
well made, and adds the extra touch to the images.

There is one scene per color-printed page: the 2D-version on top,
and below, near the bottom rim of the page, the stereo pair. This
means that you can enjoy the detail of a large image, and can then
study the 3D-image later. Since the stereo pair is located at the
bottom of the page, you can also use other stereoscopes (includng
"Grandfather's Holmes-type stereoscope"), if you wish to do so.

The book is printed in color, hardcover, 21.5 x 22 cm (8.46 x 8.66")
and comes complete with a stereo viewer.

This is one of the nicest stereo-books published in the past few
years and we have obtained a limited supply for sale to the users
and friends of Stereoscopy.com. The price is 39 US-$, which includes
shipping & handling. We also accept other currencies than US-Dollars.

If you are interested, please drop us a note at shop@stereoscopy.com
for more details.

Wide product acceptance: CYVIZ an established player in the 3D industry
3D-News Posted: Saturday, December 1, 2001 (0:58 UTC) | Posted By: Webmaster

CYVIZ has over the last 3 years worked hard on developing its
products, and it has now started to pay off. 6 months after launching
its first product, you can find CYVIZ' products in use in more than
200 installations worldwide. According to the last market forecasts,
CYVIZ expects to see a boom in sales for year 2002.

The oil & gas industry is maybe the most active user of 3D technology,
and widespread adoption of CYVIZ' products in this sector can be
considered a very good indication of a warm welcome in the market as
such. Shell, Statoil, Agip, Hydro, Technoguide, Roxar and others has
already seen the advantages of using CYVIZ' technology.

High-performance visualization is increasingly important to
geoscientists and engineers constructing models of subsurface
structures, drilling targets and well trajectories to efficiently
drain the reservoirs. CYVIZ has proven to be a very effective and
efficient tool for these tasks.

CYVIZ has also had great success with manufacturing companies
especially within the automotive and aerospace industry using CAD, CAE
and CAM for conceptual design, prototypes, product presentation etc.
CYVIZ allows Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, Saab Automobile VW and
Dassault Systems to review 3D simulations of their products
collaboratively and demonstrate 3D simulations of their products at
trade shows.

The third market which has proved to be another of CYVIZ' strongholds
is the scientific/educational sector. Prestigious schools such as Penn
State University, Northwestern University, University of Pittsburgh,
University of Strathclyde and NTNU have all installed CYVIZ
applications for visualization support in classrooms/laboratories.
GlaxoSmithKline has made their first order, and the pharmaceutical
industry is increasingly expected to become heavy users of the
technology represented by CYVIZ.

In brief, the feedback CYVIZ has received from its customers so far
gives reason to have a very optimistic outlook on the next couple of
years. CYVIZ is also focusing on supply-chain issues to optimise their
distribution channels. Special emphasis has been put on signing
collaborative agreements with dominant players in the 3D industry. To
get further market reach, CYVIZ is also constantly monitoring other
market opportunities and industries. Thanks to their low-cost
advantage, CYVIZ has a definite possibility to do that!

For more info about CYVIZ and their products, please check out

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