3D PluraView Monitor product family expanded

31 July 2018

The innovative, passive Stereo Monitor Product Family from Schneider Digital has been extended – a 3D PluraView Display with compact housing, 22″ screen and full HD resolution is now also available.

Two different screen sizes – Full-HD, with either 2.5K or 4K resolution

 

The 3D PluraView family of monitors is a passive 3D stereo system with the highest user acceptance of any 3D stereo monitors currently on the market. The Plug & Play beam splitter technology has been established on the market for 13 years and achieved recognition in the 4K 10-bit (UHD) version as a 3D stereo reference. To satisfy different requirements, the 3D PluraView product family now offers three models with the following areas of application: GIS / mapping, photogrammetry, laser scanning, computer tomography, simulation, molecular research and design / CAD stereo software applications. 

As an entry level model for workplaces whose software applications have lower resolution requirements, the PluraView Full HD Compact 22″ with 1920 x 1080 resolution is available. Its compact housing and narrow overall depth takes up very little desk space and is ideally suited to open-plan offices accommodating a lot of workstations in a small area. The 3D PluraView Compact with automatic mirror lock is delivered fully assembled as a Play & Plug system ready for immediate use. For 3D stereo operation with a laptop, only two digital monitor outputs are required.

Features of the 3D PluraView product family:

  • Two screen designs: 22″ or 27 / 28″
  • High resolution up to 4K / 10-Bit (UHD)
  • Absolutely flicker-free operation for relaxed 3D-STEREO
  • Suitable for seating near windows, one monitor being available for each eye
  • Wide viewing angle – suitable for meetings of groups of up to 5 people
  • Certified by AGISOFT, ESRI, HEXAGON, TRIMBLE, etc.
  • Plug & Play Technology established for 13 years
  • Elegant design & highest quality – made in Germany
  • Suitable for direct laptop connection

Website 3D PluraView

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