Amazing 3D Immersion Technology

A simple pair of polarized 3D glasses, a 10′ x 10′ x 10′ white room, and $600,000 worth of projector and computer equipment, combined with the smarts of the folks at Eon Reality, results in one insanely real experience.

[Via Newlaunches]

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15 Responses to Amazing 3D Immersion Technology

  1. UC Davis (and others) have been doing this for years. Check out the KeckCAVES videos. Disclosure: I help support UCD research. I've used the Quake3 simulator and it is crazy fun.

  2. Does any one remember the movie "The Illustrated Man", with Rod Steiger and Claire Bloom? If you can find a copy, you must see it and compare to this technology. Cool stuff!!

  3. Does any one remember the movie “The Illustrated Man”, with Rod Steiger and Claire Bloom? If you can find a copy, you must see it and compare to this technology. Cool stuff!!

  4. This is AWESOME! Nice to see more people leveraging curent tech. Mo-cap + multiple stereo displays FTW.

  5. This is AWESOME! Nice to see more people leveraging curent tech. Mo-cap + multiple stereo displays FTW.

  6. UC Davis (and others) have been doing this for years. Check out the KeckCAVES videos. Disclosure: I help support UCD research. I've used the Quake3 simulator and it is crazy fun.

  7. To be correct, it is not polarized 3D glasses, but stereoscopic active lightweight shutter glasses. This kind of technology is starting to popup in PC games, the round connector at the back of graphics card is to connect the emmittor that talks to the shutter glasses.

  8. To be correct, it is not polarized 3D glasses, but stereoscopic active lightweight shutter glasses. This kind of technology is starting to popup in PC games, the round connector at the back of graphics card is to connect the emmittor that talks to the shutter glasses.

  9. To be correct, it is not polarized 3D glasses, but stereoscopic active lightweight shutter glasses. This kind of technology is starting to popup in PC games, the round connector at the back of graphics card is to connect the emmittor that talks to the shutter glasses.

  10. To be correct, it is not polarized 3D glasses, but stereoscopic active lightweight shutter glasses. This kind of technology is starting to popup in PC games, the round connector at the back of graphics card is to connect the emmittor that talks to the shutter glasses.