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New WolfVision VZ-C3D - The World's First 3D Visualizer on Show at InfoComm 2012

June 11, 2012 | William Zimmerman
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WolfVision, the European manufacturer of high end Visualizers introduces the VZ-C3D, the world's first 3D Visualizer, a sensational 3D stereoscopic 'live' presentation solution. The VZ-C3D Visualizer is ceiling mounted, and features two high precision lenses and an onboard stereoscopic mixer. Real-time 'live' high definition 3D images can be viewed in amazing quality, with or without glasses on any suitable 3D-enabled display screen.

12X optical zoom capability ensures that items of all sizes can be picked up quickly and easily, and the synchronized lightfield which is projected onto the working surface means that it's also easy to find correct positioning for display materials. A frame rate of 30fps ensures smoothness of motion, and 3D images are output via HDMI in native 1080p format. The VZ-C3D can also be switched to output standard 2D images in 1080p format if required.

The viewing of 3D stereoscopic images is highly valued in many professional applications, particularly where extra visual information, such as enhanced depth perception is 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.

This new and exciting Visualizer pushes the boundaries of Visualizer technology, and demonstrates WolfVision's commitment to continuous innovation and outstanding product excellence.
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