Ford's CAVE 3D Car Simulator
Ford’s 3D CAVE allows the brand to test and refine thousands of details of new car designs from the size and position of a cup-holder to rear-window visibility.
Designers and engineers at Ford are able to assess new cars before they're made thanks to the two company's 3D CAVE facilities located in Merkenich, Germany and in Dearborn, USA. Watch here under a demonstration on how the 3D stereoscopic CAVE works.
A (Large) Pocket-size 3D Projector
The AAXA LED Showtime 3D is small LED-based stereoscopic projector that can project both data and multimedia content. It is small and lightweight, and has a HDMI port and 3D capability. Maintenance will not be a problem as the LED light source offers 20,000-hour lifetime.
The Showtime is 3D Ready with DLP-3D image processing capability able to display 3D movies, games, and educational content. 3D operation requires 3D glasses and quad-buffered 3D graphics card.
BenQ 3D Home Projectors Cheaper than Ever
BenQ America Corp. strengthens its leadership position in 3D stereoscopic home projectors. At 1,099 $, the new BenQ W1070 presented at CES2013 uses the high-end DLP Dark Chip 3 (DC3) to offer Full HD 3D and NVIDIA 3DTV Play and DLP-Link compatibility. The BenQ W1080ST is the short throw version, able to displaya 100 inches (2,5 m) 3D image from as little as 6 ft. (1,8m) away; add the 200$ for the this feature if your projection room is really cramped.
Vivitek Qumi Q7 3D Pico Projector
Vivitek unveiled its Qumi Q7 HD LED pocket stereoscopic 3D projector at CES 2013 (January 8-11, 2013, Las Vegas, NV,USA).
The Vivitek Qumi Q7 HD LED projector is equipped with an LED light source that is capable of providing up to 800 lumens of brightness and 30,000 hours of operation time, with a 720p native WXGA 1280 x 800 resolution.
NEW 3D Projectors from Wolf Cinema
Wolf Cinema SDC-8 and SDC-12 are brand new high end home cinema projectors. Suitable for home theater screens up to 330 cm (11’) wide, the two home cinema stereoscopic projectors deliver all the 2D and 3D viewing excellence expected from Wolf Cinema, but at more affordable retail prices.
The 8,000$ SDC-8 boasts a next generation 3‐chip, D-ILA light engine for ultra‐high‐fidelity 1080p viewing, while the12,000$ SDC-‐12 adds 4K technology to deliver 3840 x 2160 pixels on‐screen from all standard video sources.