crystal shutter

crystal shutter

[¦krist·əl ′shəd·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Mechanical waveguide or coaxial-cable shorting switch that, when closed, prevents undesired radio-frequency energy from reaching and damaging a crystal detector.
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Specs: RGB liquid crystal shutter projection system, 1080p, 2.
SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA and MAC) System: RGB liquid crystal shutter projection Aspect ratio: 16:10 Contrast Ratio: 3000:1 Brightness: 5000 Lumens Screen Size: Minimum 30", maximum 300" Uniformity: 90% Projection Lamp: 330W NSHA lamp (1 lamp + 1 lamp) Video inputs: HDMI ver.
The DepthQ(R)/RealD PRO Bundle consists of a DepthQ(R) HD 3D projector, four CrystalEyes(R) 3 professional liquid crystal shutter eyewear, and an EXXR long-range wide-angle IR Theatre Emitter for a total price of $7500.
of the liquid crystal shutter if viewers put on the polarized light glasses "sunglasses".
The Stereo3D controller can drive either a Projection ZScreen panel which mounts directly onto the projector lens, allowing customers to view stereoscopic images by wearing very lightweight polarized glasses, or will drive StereoGraphics Corporation's current long-range emitters, which supply the sync signals for CrystalEyes active liquid crystal shutter eyewear.
A complete package consisting of 3D glasses with liquid crystal shutter eyewear, 3 premium games and all the necessary accessories, carries an MSRP of under $100, about the price of a good joy stick.
SimulEyes VR uses StereoGraphics' liquid crystal shutter technology, the industry standard for 3D stereo vision in workstation environments.
SimulEyes VR employs StereoGraphics' liquid crystal shutter technology, the industry standard for 3D stereo vision in workstation environments.
Under the agreement, Ingram will supply StereoGraphics CrystalEyes and new SimulEyes VR liquid crystal shutter eyewear to their worldwide reseller network.
The headset, with its liquid crystal shutters activated by infra-red sensors, tricks the brain into 'seeing' just one, startlingly real, picture.