stereoscopic 3d monitor
Designed specifically for geospatial professionals
CONTOUR is the world-leading glasses-free stereoscopic 3D Monitor, delivering bright, consistent stereoscopic HD images. Designed by Vision Engineering, this 3D screen is revolutionising the way geospatial professionals can visualise and interact with geospatial data.
contour in action
CONTOUR is the next generation of 3D stereo vision viewing, delivering high quality image clarity and brightness. By removing the need for polarised glasses, it enhances ease of use and operator comfort without compromising on its high definition and end-to-end image sharpness.
Delivering 4 million pixels on a precision mirror, the CONTOUR stereoscopic 3D Monitor projects two independent images to the user’s eyes, so each eye sees the subject from a slightly different angle. This process delivers crisp stereo vision and depth perception in a natural and efficient stereoscopic visualisation.
- Glasses-free operation for user comfort
- High quality, bright, glare-free 3D/FHD image
- No cross-talk, ghosting or flickering
- Superb depth perception, even on featureless terrain
- Edge-to edge image sharpness
- Simple to set-up and start using
- Modular, maintenance-free operation
- Deployable into operational environments with minimal set-up
The CONTOUR 3D screen is compatible with most stereo feature extraction geospatial software, including those in the Hexagon Geospatial Power Portfolio range. As a Platinum Partner of Hexagon Geospatial, a unified solution can be developed for your specific requirements.
The integration of the CONTOUR stereoscopic 3D monitor with Hexagon Geospatial world leading technologies allows users to analyse, and extract information and intelligence from stereo geospatial imagery.
“The quality of the imagery display is second to none. The high resolution allows us to carry out our photogrammetry work to an exceptionally high standard of accuracy. The Contour screen has everything built in which negates the need for the 3D glasses and E-meter; therefore it is a lot easier to use. The transition to move from standard 3D screen to Contour ran smoothly and the quality of the technical support was excellent.”
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If you are looking for the best ERDAS IMAGINE training in the UK then you should come to Geospatial Insight. Our trainers’ extensive wealth of technical knowledge is gained from over 30 years’ experience delivering ERDAS IMAGINE training courses worldwide, providing technical support to the UK Hexagon Geospatial community, and using the software in anger every day to integrate image processing into the services we provide our clients across a multitude of sectors. These include insurance, finance, defence, government, disaster relief and engineering, giving Johnnie and Emily, the only certified ERDAS IMAGINE trainers in the UK, a wealth of experience in applications as well as technical wizardry. This, combined with their strong desire to share their knowledge to help users gain the most from their investment in both software and data, means our training courses continue to offer flexible, sustainable and tailored solutions to meet the requirements of all trainees.
The stereo 3D viewing experience has always had some issues associated with it, with standard screens suffering from dim lighting and requiring the use of 3D glasses. More recently, fewer graphics card vendors are supporting traditional stereo displays. Vision Engineering, a global optical and digital innovation and manufacturing company, have now changed the game. CONTOUR is the future of glasses-free 3D stereoscopic displays, designed specifically for GIS professionals.
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