The European manufacturer of display solutions Immersive Simulation Displays the curve presented Copper Curved screen under the military security event and simulation ITEC 2013, held late last May in Rome.

Simulation Displays ITEC 2013

Curved Copper SD is a fully immersive display low cost Simulation Displays (SD), which combines a panoramic and hemispherical display with a projector built into a small dome, which offers a field of view of 150 degrees horizontally and 66 vertically, at high resolution.

This screen desktop for one or two users, integrates a 3D DLP projector professional single-chip high-resolution (1,920 × 1,200 pixels) 3D ProjectionDesign (Model F35 AS3D), and VBS2 software, an open plaform for training and simulation in three-dimensional environment Bohemia Interactive Simulations.

Simulation Displays CobraMade of a thermo-moldable and aluminum coated plastic screen is supported with a rigid steel frame to support a heavy projector, while it is easy to transport and assemble for use in many applications such as flight simulation or automobile, education or military applications, etc.

Simulation Displays shared their space in this contest with the American company Immersive Display Solutions (IDSI), maker of dome immersive 3D visualization environments and fabrics, which together showed a transportable system that can be installed in less than a day, three meters in diameter.

This immersive dome provides a field of view of 220 degrees horizontal (FOV) and 90 vertically, that is illuminated by six projectors Led FL35 of ProjectionDesign (PD), each with WQXGA (2560 × 1600 pixels) resolution.

The scoop shown in the contest with this development was its execution software Scalable Display Technologies to self-calibrate several digital projectors with the monitor in all possible types of system, such as an imager, a scalable desktop, etc.

Simulation Displays ITEC 2013

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By • 12 Jun, 2013
• Section: Display, Events, Projection, Simulation