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Open Access Tiled Stereoscopic 3D Display Wall - Concept, Applications and Evaluation

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The Tiled Stereoscopic 3D Display Wall (TS3DW) is a monitor system consisting of six consumer 3D TVs. Two monitors reside on a mobile display mount. One standard configuration is to use them in a 135-degree angle to each other, having one mobile mount in the center, and one at each side. In this way, the system can be transported to multiple locations across a campus as well as used in different application scenarios. This system was already used for a number of research projects and presentations.
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Keywords: CAVE Alternative; Display Wall; Fireballs; Meteorites; Molecular Biology; Ornithology; Semi-mobile Display Setup; Stereoscopic Visualization

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 13, 2019

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