HP Zvr - A Step Closer to True Holographic Viewing
The HP Zvr Virtual Reality Display -powered by zSpace technology- provides for an immersive, real-time exploration and manipulation of 3D content.
Hewlett-Packard and the device’s original manufacturer, California-based zSpace, have worked with developers such as Dassault, Autodesk and Siemens to adapt their 3D content to the Zvr, while zSpace has released a software development kit for educators and others creating applications. The 3D glasses have five sensors, meaning the 3D perspective changes as you move around the monitor, just as a real-life perspective changes as you walk by.
The HP Zvr display
The HP Zvr display is collaborative, allowing people to work together the way they would today, choosing to look at things in the real or virtual world, even while using the platform. The optional HP zView solution also allows real-time sharing of 3D models to a 2D big screen. Dual-link DVI or DisplayPort connections to an HP Z Workstation provide easy connectivity for architectural, MCAD, education, and scientific content.
For technical specifications, read the HP Zvr dispaly Spec Sheet.
For more info, visit HP.com.
Source : The Australian.com.