VRex Launches New 3D Stereoscopic Projector; VR-4200 Brings High Resolution to 3D Imaging.Business Editors
ELMSFORD, NY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 24, 2001
VRex Inc., the world leader in 3D stereoscopic stereoscopic /ster·eo·scop·ic/ (ster?e-o-skop´ik) having the effect of a stereoscope; giving objects a solid or three-dimensional appearance.
1. imaging products, today introduced the VR-4200, the world's first and only portable 3D stereoscopic projector to use single chip DLP (Digital Light Processing) A data projection technology from TI that produces clear, readable images on screens in lit rooms. DLP is used in all types of projection devices, from data projectors that weigh only a few pounds to large rear-projection TVs to electronic (TM) (Digital Light Processing) technology made by Texas Instruments See TI.
(company) Texas Instruments - (TI) A US electronics company.
A TI engineer, Jack Kilby invented the integrated circuit in 1958. Three TI employees left the company in 1982 to start Compaq. .
Weighing under 6lbs, the VR-4200 offers superior resolution and enhanced brightness to 3D imaging. The product will be of tremendous value to business professionals, educators, trainers and other professionals who want to captivate their audiences or enhance a learning experience using 3D imaging. In addition, the enhanced brightness and resolution lend to applications in engineering and scientific visualization scientific visualization
Process of graphically displaying real or simulated scientific data. It is a vital procedure in the creative realization of scientific ideas, particularly in computer science. . "The VR-4200 sets a new standard of excellence in 3D stereoscopic projectors by using DLP(TM) technology to deliver superior quality at an affordable price," said Mike Mizusawa, President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of VRex, Inc. "We are fully dedicated to meeting the requirements of our customers by delivering the most advanced features in an affordable 3D solution."
The VR-4200, unlike other stereoscopic projection systems, is inexpensive, portable and easy to set up. As an added benefit, the VR-4200 can be viewed using polarized A one-way direction of a signal or the molecules within a material pointing in one direction. glasses or with shutterglass technology.
3D imaging is used for presentations in a wide array of industries including education, entertainment, military, marketing, sales, engineering, science and publishing. "We are seeing the successful impact 3D imaging is making in business, education, and scientific applications by increasing retention, improving communication and increasing product sales. By providing a high-quality affordable 3D projector we are meeting the demands of professionals who want to achieve their business goals," said Mike Mizusawa.
The VR-4200 projector is available directly through VRex, Inc. at www.vrex.com.
About VRex, Inc.
VRex, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of 3D stereoscopic products and services. VRex provides cutting-edge 3D stereoscopic technology for a wide array of industries including science, education, sales, marketing, entertainment, military, and the Internet on a global basis. Their line includes: 3D stereoscopic projectors, shutter (1) An opaque window that is moved in one direction to let light in and in another to close off the light. In fixed-lens cameras, one shutter often suffices for aperture and speed. glasses, cameras, software and multimedia production services. All of VRex's 3D products are portable and easy to use.
VRex also owns and operates a state-of-the-art 3D Stereoscopic Imaging Production Facility, VRex Productions. VRex Productions is at the forefront of 3D stereoscopic animation and production services. Their fully vertically integrated facility offers complete video & animation studio Animation studio can refer to:
Digital Light Processing and DLP are trademarks of Texas Instruments.