The reference for passive 3D stereo monitors

The 3D Pluraview Monitor Family – Meeting the highest stereo display requirements

High resolution

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

Unrestricted communication

with colleagues and customers during VR meetings


for professional continuous use

Software Certified

for all 3D stereo applications

Compact Design

Two different assemblies for optimal space utilization

Object tracking

with spheres or 3D-Pens for realistic model interaction

Daylight suitable

with two bright and high-contrast displays

Functional design

Highest quality – Made in Germany

Plug & Play

Works without driver under Windows /LINUX / macOS

Ideal complement

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

  • Supports 15 targets at the same time!

  • Calibration free user interaction tracker

  • 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

  • Four (4) different tracking protocols are supported: VRPN / Dtrack / trackd / native implementation of the PS-Tech SDK in C ++


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.