3D-News Archive February 2001


Subscribe to our mailing list, and receive the latest 3D-News items by E-Mail!
Just enter your E-Mail Address below:


StereoEyes Stereo3D Demonstrations Available at SolidWorks World 2001 Conference & Exposition
3D-News Posted: Friday, February 9, 2001 (4:13 UTC) | Posted By: Webmaster


WHO:
StereoGraphics Corporation, the world's leading supplier of Stereo3D
visualization products.

WHAT:
StereoGraphics will demonstrate StereoEyes, the company's latest
wireless stereoscopic visualization system for PC users and their
flagship product, CrystalEyes®3, on the SolidWorks 2001 exhibition
floor.

WHERE:
Booth #206 - SolidWorks World Conference & Exposition
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
1675 Buena Vista Drive
Lake Buena Vista, Florida

WHEN:
Sunday February 11, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Monday, February 12, 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. & 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m..
Tuesday, February 13, 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. & 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, February 14, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

About StereoEyes
StereoEyes is a wireless stereoscopic visualization system for PC
users. The StereoEyes system contains all of the necessary hardware
components and software drivers required for viewing images in
Stereo3D on a PC with most currently available graphics cards. Prior
to the debut of StereoEyes, engineers and scientists had to have a
specialized graphics card and stereo-enabled software to view objects
stereoscopically on a computer.

The StereoEyes system consists of four separate components: the
StereoEyes eyewear, a StereoEnabler, an infrared emitter and Stereo3D
software drivers. The eyewear is a pair of mid-range, wireless
stereoscopic visualization glasses with shuttering liquid crystal
lenses that can be worn alone, or over prescription glasses. The
glasses are made of a lightweight, durable matte black composite
material and have been designed to fit comfortably.

About StereoGraphics
StereoGraphics Corporation is the world's leading supplier of
stereoscopic visualization products. StereoGraphics products allow
architects, engineers, scientists, and medical and graphics
professionals to visualize large, complex data sets naturally and
interactively. Over 90,000 professional workstation users have
utilized StereoGraphics products to enable earlier detection of design
errors, enhance design review, reduce design cycles and accelerate
time-to-market. StereoGraphics products are sold worldwide through a
network of authorized resellers. For additional product, sales or
reseller information on Stereo3D products from StereoGraphics, call
800-783-2660 (outside the United States, 415-459-4500), visit the
company's Web site at http://www.stereographics.com or send an
email to sales@stereographics.com.

3D-stamp in Slovenia
3D-News Posted: Tuesday, February 6, 2001 (3:51 UTC) | Posted By: Webmaster


On March 21st, Slovenia plans to issue its first stereoscopic stamp,
which will be a real stereo-pair: each image (left and right eye
view) will be on its own stamp.

The subject will be Minerals, more specific a fluorite crystal.

More information will be posted here as details become available.

"SNOW" magazine in anaglyph 3D
3D-News Posted: Sunday, February 4, 2001 (14:34 UTC) | Posted By: Webmaster


SNOW MagazineGermany's "SNOW" magazine just published an anaglyph edition. Issue 2/2001, published on February 3rd, features a special section of color anaglyphs of high-action snowboard photographs, taken by Richard Walch.

The stereoscopic effect is a bit on the weaker side. A somewhat larger stereo base would have been advisable. All photos were taken with an RBT Stereo Camera.

Red/Blue anaglyph glasses are being provided on the cover, sponsored by Deutsche Telekom's mobile phone subsidiary T-D1.

The magazine is available at News-Stands all over Germany for 8 DM.

Stereoscopy.com 3D-News (ISSN: 1612-6823) is published monthly by Stereoscopy.com, P.O. Box 102634, 70022 Stuttgart, Germany.
Editor-in-Chief: Alexander Klein.

Worldwide subscriptions to the electronic version of the Stereoscopy.com 3D-News are provided free of charge.

Material in this publication is copyrighted © by Stereoscopy.com. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.



Subscribe to our mailing list, and receive the latest 3D-News items by E-Mail!
Just enter your E-Mail Address below:


Please do not forget to visit the Stereoscopy.com Bookshop, offering the world's largest selection of books in 3D and about 3D.
Learn More Click Here to Pay



Button left Back to the Stereoscopy.com 3D-News Page
Button left Back to the Stereoscopy.com Homepage
Button up Back to the Services Page

Last modified on August 31, 2006


Stereoscopy.com-Logo
Copyright © 2000-2017 by Stereoscopy.com and Alexander Klein. All rights reserved.