3D displays have had limited success in the gaming market, while interesting most gamers have instead opted for high resolution and high refresh rate monitors over 3D. However there is great potential for 3D displays in professional applications such as CAD/CAM and medicine; imaging actually seeing a 3D representation of a model or organ instead of trying to visualize it from a 2D screen. NitroWare.net had a change to see the HP Zvr 23.6-inch Virtual Reality Display in action and you can too by following the link.
"HP Australia gave NitroWare.net an exclusive preview in Sydney of its new zSpace powered 3D Virtual Reality Monitor aimed to complement its professional desktop and mobile workstation line. The Zvr Display introduces head-tracking and an interactive stylus to enable 3D/VR interactivity and manipulation via an off-the-shelf product from a mass-market OEM."
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Plot twist: 3D have high
Plot twist: 3D have high refresh rates!
That’s how I use my $200 refurbished ASUS VG236H. A quality screen and response time for gaming.
Yeah, I’ve got an old refurb
Yeah, I’ve got an old refurb ViewSonic that’s 3D Vision certified but normally I just leave the glasses off and game in 2D @ 120hz.
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Great little different article. Thanks!
HP really needs to hire
HP really needs to hire designers instead of subcontracting to the CEO’s 9 year old nephews and nieces.