Links Week Ending 12th August 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the end of this week. Liverpool Uni facility features ‘UK-first’ projection system (Multiple …

Tags:Automotive| CAVEs| | FFS| IPS| LCD displays| MicroLED| Projectors| Quantum Dots| Reorganisation & Restructuring| Samsung| Sensors| Virtual Reality

What Bob Saw on the Net 10/02/2020

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) How …

Tags:CAVEs| Digital Signage| DOOH| Flexible Displays| Foldable Devices| MicroLED| Motorola| Optics| Projectors| Small Medium Panel Supply| Smartphones| Virtual Reality

Antycip Simulation Installs VR CAVE for Heudiasyc Laboratory

by Andrew Fenn

Antycip Simulation, a European integrator of virtual reality solutions, 3D immersive rooms and simulation software, has installed a four-sided VR CAVE (Cave Automated Virtual Environment) for the Heudiasyc laboratory’s Translife research programme. It is …

Tags:AR/VR| CAVEs| Mobile Display Monitor| Simulation| Virtual Reality| Vol 25 - Issue 16

Christie Collaborates with Antycip

by Bob Raikes

Christie was at the show, but as in previous years, it was mainly supporting partners and the main recepient of this support was Antycip, a simulation specialist that was using UST Christie projectors with …

Tags:CAVEs| Christie| Laser Phosphor Projectors| Laval Virtual 2018| Mobile Display Monitor| UST Projectors| Virtual Reality| Vol 25 - Issue 14

Broomx Finds Applications for Entry-Level Caves

by Bob Raikes

One of the few booths at MWC that was about large displays, was Broomx, who we reported on last year, who had a small booth in the 4YFN area and a small demo room …

Tags:CAVEs| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2018| Projectors| Vol 25 - Issue 09

What You Call VR, I Call a CAVE

by Jon Peddie

Back in the fall of 1991, when many of you were still in school, and the old guys reading this were trying to figure out how to get two or more AIBs to work …

Tags:CAVEs| Graphics Processing| Passive 3D| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 41

Antycip Installs VR Prototyping Facility at Hutchinson

by Andrew Fenn

Antycip Simulation, the virtual reality and 3D specialist claimed to be “the European leader for simulation software”, recently completed an innovative VR project at automotive supplier Hutchinson’s Innovation & Research Center. Hutchinson delivered a …

Tags:AR/VR| CAVEs| Christie| Mobile Display Monitor| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 40

Gotta talk about those stupid glasses – Can’t help it

by Kathleen Maher

VR is doomed. VR is going to change the technology world AR and VR are not the same so why do we keep talking about them as if they are? There, that should get …

Tags:Augmented Reality| CAVEs| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 26

Practice is Behind the State of the Art in Professional VR

by Bob Raikes

Kathleen Maher is from Jon Peddie Research where she focuses on content creation and software and was the first speaker after lunch when she talked about commercial VR. She started by saying that in …

Tags:CAD-CAM-CAE| CAVEs| Laval Virtual 2017| Mobile Display Monitor| Press Events| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 12

Macquarie University Uses Highlite Projectors

by Bob Raikes

Australia’s Macquarie University has used four of Digital Projection’s Highlite Laser projectors (1920×1200) to create an 8m diameter (18.8m wide) 240º cylindrical projection system for its new VR lab. The system uses active S3D …

Tags:Back Panel| CAVEs| Digital Projection Inc (DPI)| Large Display Monitor| Simulation| Stereo 3D| Vol 23 - Issue 47

DS28 Mechdyne Explains Practicalities of CAVEs

by Bob Raikes

Kurt Hoffmeister is CTO from Mechdyne which is a US AV company that has been around a long time but now around 50% of its business is in 3D and immersive technologies. 30% of …

Tags:CAVEs| Display Summit 2016| Infocomm 2016| Large Display Monitor| Simulation| Virtual Reality| Vol 23 - Issue 24

Etisalat Highlights Broadband Applications

by Bob Raikes

Local telco, Etisalat, was, as it does most years, was showing a range of IoT and other applications that exploit high bandwidth networks. We watched a presentation on the QNX operating system that was …

Tags:3D Content Creation| Automotive| BlackBerry| CAVEs| Gitex 2015| Vol 22 - Issue 42