The reference for passive 3D stereo monitors
The 3D Pluraview Monitor Family – Meeting the highest stereo display requirements
FullHD, 2.5K or 4K per eye
Wide Viewing Angle
for comfortable work even in a team
Supported Graphics Cards
all NVIDIA Quadro & all AMD FirePRO / RadeonPRO
with colleagues and customers during VR meetings
for professional continuous use
for all 3D stereo applications
Two different assemblies for optimal space utilization
with spheres or 3D-Pens for realistic model interaction
with two bright and high-contrast displays
Highest quality – Made in Germany
Plug & Play
Works without driver under Windows /LINUX / macOS
to HMD and immersive VR systems
3D PluraView Monitors – Advantages & Benefits
Choose the reference in stereo visualization!
3D PluraView functions and advantages
State-of-the-art DisplayPort 1.2 mirror card with Free-Sync / G-Sync / ULMB support guarantees a synchronous, latency-free image signal with up to 4K / 10-bit color depth;
The integrated screen-mirror card in the 3D PluraVIEW eliminates the requirement for an extra slot in the workstation. Allows operation also with a mobile workstation, provided a certified graphics card is installed;
Virtually no ghosting, using our optimized polarization goggles, adapted precisely to the PluraView monitors and beam-splitters;
Innovative BlackTuner technology (27/28“ models) for enhanced object viewing in dark, shadowed areas;
Central power supply with integrated power switch for complete power separation, therefore Zero-Watt consumption when switched off (27/28“ models);
Precision adjustment of the beam-splitter for exact stereo image overlay;
Highest product quality - Made in Germany.
Limitations of alternative 3D-Displays
The active shutter technology of LCD - glasses produces a much darker stereo image;
High-frequency shuttering (60Hz per eye) puts strain on the operator and leads to rapid fatigue. Neon light amplifies LCD flickering, requires darkened rooms for operations;
Nvidia’s ‘3D Vision” with LCD glasses and emitter is no longer supported by the manufacturer;
Anaglyph displays are restricted to non-professional, simple stereo viewing. All color representation is distorted by anaglyph glasses with red-blue filters, resulting also in a dark, low-contrast stereo image;
Circular polarization displays reduce the stereo resolution by 50% in horizontal direction, as each image is displayed by alternate lines. Fonts and menus are difficult to read at half resolution. Pixel-accurate work is virtually impossible, and the additional polarization filter attached to the monitor much reduces stereo image brightness.
VR PluraView Monitors – Advantages & Benefits
Simultaneous, smooth head and object tracking for intuitive VR work
Model interaction through head tracking, spheres, 3D pens and gesturing devices
Optional use of 2D / 3D mouse and stationary 3D input devices, augmented or replaced by head tracking and gesture recognition
Very comfortable, light-weight 3D glasses with a wide viewing angle
Transparent lenses allow unrestricted communication with colleagues and customers
Very high brightness levels allow VR work in office daylight conditions
Exceptional, detail-rich VR display quality with 4K (3,840 x 2,160) resolution per stereo-channel
Flicker-free, passive stereo system with beam-splitter technology
Compatible with all VR software and most CAD environments
Ideal complement to HMD and immersive VR systems
Highest user acceptance
Comfortable working in 3D-Stereo
The 3D PluraView monitors promise an extremely comfortable, precise and pixel-accurate work environment. Image analysis is now possible with a maximum resolution of 4K (3840 × 2160) per monitor and an RGB color depth of up to 10-bit. With this solution, all user problems with LCD shutter glasses are a thing of the past. The LCD-based active image separation results in much darker and reduced-contrast stereo images. The low 60Hz frequency of the LCD shutters also strains the eyes and leads to operator fatigue.
Each 3D PluraView monitor assembly features two screens mounted at a fixed angle above each other. Each screen displays one of the stereo images at full resolution. The two images are combined into a single, cross-polarized display by the centrally mounted beam-splitter mirror, acting as a passive polarization filter. Viewed through lightweight, passively polarized glasses, both images are combined into a full-resolution, flicker-free, brilliantly bright and contrast-rich stereo image. This technology combination represents the optimum 3D stereo-display solution for professional use.
The 3D PluraView system enjoys the highest user satisfaction and user acceptance of all 3D-display systems currently on the market! The central beam-splitter stereo technology has been established since 2005 and with the latest addition of 4K-displays and enhanced 10-bit color depth, it is the current state-of-the-art 3D-display reference.