3D PluraView Monitor product family expanded: new 22″ Full HD Model

Two different screen sizes – Full-HD, with either 2.5K or 4K resolution

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The 3D PluraView family of monitors is a passive 3D stereo system with the high user acceptance of any 3D stereo monitors currently on the market. The Plug & Play beam splitter technology has been established on the market for 13 years and achieved recognition in the 4K 10-bit (UHD) version as a 3D stereo reference.

To satisfy different requirements, the 3D PluraView product family now offers three models with the following areas of application: GIS/mapping, photogrammetry, laser scanning, computer tomography, simulation, molecular research and design/CAD stereo software applications. As an entry-level model for workplaces whose software applications have lower resolution requirements, the new PluraView Full HD Compact 22″ with 1920×1080 resolution is available. Its compact housing and narrow overall depth takes up very little desk space and is ideally suited to open-plan offices accommodating a lot of workstations in a small area. The 3D PluraView Compact with automatic mirror lock is delivered fully assembled as a Play & Plug system ready for immediate use. For 3D stereo operation with a laptop, only two digital monitor outputs are required. The 3D PluraView 22″ Compact requires two of the following digital connections on the laptop: DVI / HDMI / DisplayPort / mini DisplayPort / Thunderbolt / USB-C.

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Features of the 3D PluraView product family:

  • Two screen designs: 22″ or 27 / 28″
  • High resolution up to 4K / 10-Bit (UHD)
  • Absolutely flicker-free operation for relaxed 3D-STEREO
  • Suitable for seating near windows, one monitor being available for each eye
  • Wide viewing angle – suitable for meetings of groups of up to 5 people
  • Certified by AGISOFT, ESRI, HEXAGON, TRIMBLE, etc.
  • Plug & Play Technology established for 13 years 
  • Elegant design & high quality – made in Germany
  • Suitable for direct laptop connection           

For further information please visit www.schneider-digital.com and www.PluraView.com.

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Nursinem Handan ŞAHAN
Nursinem Handan ŞAHAN
Graduated from Yıldız Technical University, Department of Geomatics Engineering in 2018 as an honour student. During her undergraduate education, she studied at the Warsaw University of Technology with the Erasmus + program. Currently continuing her education at Istanbul Technical University, Department of Geographical Information Technologies.

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