DTI Releases Virtual Window 17 Display

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DTI has released its next generation Virtual Window® 17 2D/3D switchable desktop display.

The Virtual Window® 17 allows viewers to look at 3D images on a flat screen, without the need for special glasses or viewing aids. The display also functions as a regular 2D computer display at the push of a button. Significant improvements in brightness, contrast and resolution have been made in the new Virtual Window® 17.

Software included with the Virtual Window® 17 will allow a user to watch 2D DVD movies in 3D! The software automatically converts normal DVDs on-the-fly into 3D. Now users can watch their favorite DVDs in 3D without glasses on the Virtual Window® 17. Additionally, Nvidia offers a stereo driver for their graphics cards which allows thousands of PC games to be viewed and played in 3D on the Virtual Window® 17.

Additional software is available through DTI for users of Amira®, BioMedCaChe® Workstation, FracSIS, GOCAD, OrthoCAD®, Cortona® VRML Client, Discovery Studio® DS Viewer Pro, SolidWorks eDrawings, SpinFire Professional, Spartan, and vCollab. The software will allow these applications to output 3D to the Virtual Window® 17.

The Virtual Window® 17 is available now and the list price is $1,999.00. The Virtual Window® 17 can be purchased directly from DTI or through one of its’ authorized resellers.

Dimension Technologies Inc. (DTI), based in Rochester, New York, was founded in 1986 and is the world's only producer of commercially available large screen flat panel 2D/3D switchable displays. The company has won numerous entrepreneurial honors and recognition as the pioneer in 3D display devices. DTI holds most of the world's major patents in the field of autostereoscopic displays, and has marketed increasingly sophisticated 3D imaging systems to medical, aviation, military, research, scientific, design and consumer markets. In addition to complete displays, the technology is also available for licensing for inclusion into OEM products.

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