WolfVision Launches ‘World’s First 3D Visualizer’
The VZ-C3D, a 3D stereoscopic presentation solution, can benefit telemedicine, science, higher education and other applications.

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WolfVision VZ-C3D Visualizer
January 08, 2013 By CI Staff

WolfVision has introduced what it calls the world’s first 3D visualizer, the VZ-C3D, a 3D stereoscopic presentation solution.

The VZ-C3D Visualizer can be ceiling-mounted, and features two high precision lenses and an on-board stereoscopic mixer which enables real-time high definition 3D images to be viewed on any 3D-enabled display screen.

The viewing of 3D stereoscopic images is highly valued in many professional applications, according to WolfVision, particularly where extra visual information, such as enhanced depth perception can be extremely beneficial.

Specialist medical and telemedical applications, and also product design and engineering, science and education, videoconferencing and telepresence applications can all benefit from the new and exciting imaging possibilities created by the introduction of the WolfVision VZ-C3D Visualizer.

Wolfvision 3D
The Wolfvision VZ-C3D offers a 3D stereoscopic presentation experience.

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