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3D/Stereoscopic Display: Planar StereoMirror

Planar's new entry-level version of its StereoMirror 3D/stereoscopic display makes it possible for larger audiences to deploy 3D monitors and for less-frequent users of stereoscopic applications to b 4/02/2009 4:04 AM Eastern

3D/Stereoscopic Display: Planar StereoMirror

Planar's new entry-level version of its StereoMirror 3D/stereoscopic display makes it possible for larger audiences to deploy 3D monitors and for less-frequent users of stereoscopic applications to benefit from the technology, says the company.

Planar's new entry-level version of its StereoMirror 3D/stereoscopic display makes it possible for larger audiences to deploy 3D monitors and for less-frequent users of stereoscopic applications to benefit from the technology, says the company. The 17-inch SD1710 supports 1280x1024 resolution in stereo but with the same compatibility with graphics cards and stereo supportive software as other StereoMirror products, but its priced about 40 percent lower than the first generation products. It's composed of two LCD monitors in a up/down configuration separated at a 110-degree angle. A semi-transparent mirror bisects the monitors that, when combined with polarizing glasses, generate the stereo separation. Price: $2,395. Planar Systems. 866-752-6271.



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