is making its Stereo3D visualization products available for Mac OS X for the first time.
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StereoGraphics’ CrystalEyes and Monitor ZScreen allow engineers, scientists, and educators in the life sciences, medical, CAD, and industrial virtual reality industries to develop, view, and manipulate complex 3D computer graphics for the realistic display of Stereo3D images. The company’s technology is designed to increase the understanding of complex geometry in molecular models, human anatomy, and product development, reducing design time and accelerating time to market, according to StereoGraphics CEO Lenny Lipton.
CrystalEyes Workstation and Monitor ZScreen for Mac OS X are available immediately. They’re compatible with Power Mac G4 systems and require stereo-enabled software. The US$1,045 CrystalEyes Workstation includes eyewear and the E2Mac Emitter. The $2,2445 Monitor ZScreen includes a modulating panel, (suitable for up to 21-inch CRT monitors), three circular polarized eyewear units, a power supply, and the StereoEnabler for the Mac.