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The system has been purchased from Virtalis, see http://www.virtalis.com/ . It is currently under construction and more information will follow.
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The system being installed is a 10M back lit screen with dual projectors. Each projector sends interleaved LH and RH images and the outputs are edge blended in the centre of the screen. Shutter glasses are used to give the stereoscopic effect with head tracking for immersion.
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The system being installed is a 6m x2m back lit screen with dual Christie 2000 120MHz projectors. Each projector sends interleaved LH and RH images and the outputs are edge blended in the centre of the screen. Chrystal Eyes shutter glasses are used to give the stereoscopic effect with head tracking for immersion.
  A separate immersive headset and haptic device will be available.
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The system being installed is a 10M back lit screen with dual projectors. Each projector sends interleaved LH and RH images and the outputs are edge blended in the centre of the screen. Shutter glasses are used to give the stereoscopic effect with head tracking for immersion.

A separate immersive headset and haptic device will be available.

Software to be used includes the following.

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The system has been purchased from Virtalis, see http://www.virtalis.com/ . It is currently under construction and more information will follow.

 
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