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StereoGraphics

Known as: CrystalEyes 
Lenny Lipton founded StereoGraphics Corporation in 1980 to market 3D Computer Display technology. Based in San Rafael, CA 1982 patent "Stereoscopic… 
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2016
2016
In situ screening of crystallization trials continues to be a topic of importance. In situ screening allows one to determine if… 
2008
2008
Nowadays is quite common to find personal computers with two monitors, all they need is a video card with outputs to (at least… 
1999
1999
A prototype near-field virtual environment system is described that incorporates a CrystalEyes stereoscopic display (viewed in a… 
1999
1999
This paper describes a computer program which allows a user to semi-interactively navigate through a pre-recorded environment… 
1999
1999
Vibeke Sorensen describes her technical approach to computer stereographics and discusses in detail the actual genesis of several… 
1998
1998
An interactive system is described for creating and animating deformable 3D characters. By using a hybrid layered model of… 
1998
1998
Virtual reality is in the process of transitioning from a research discipline to an application area for both engineers and… 
1996
1996
In this paper, we demonstrate how a new interactive 3 D desktop metaphor based on two‐handed 3 D direct manipulation registered… 
1996
1996
The paper compares the Leica/Helava DPW 770 and VirtuoZo digital photogrammetric systems and in particular their performance in…