StereoServer allows scenes to be rendered and converted to be played back smoothly in real-time, preserving all visual effects. Our own KRender technology allows distortion-free seamless images to be displayed using multiple projectors onto flat, curved, spherical or uneven surfaces. The stereoscopic content can be easily created using standard software such as 3DS Max, Maya and Adobe Premier. Scenes can be rendered offline at the highest quality and then replayed in stunning stereo.
StereoServer is fully compatible with the full Virtalis range of integrated StereoWorks active and passive stereo projection system configurations. Systems include powerwalls, curved screens, multi-faceted displays and many more. We are also expert in integrating realtime 3D graphics with tracking systems and interactive devices to provide the full immersive VR experience.
Creating a stereoscopic projection system requires more work than simply stacking two projectors and wearing special glasses. We built our first passive stereoscopic system in 1991 and we’ve been pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in advanced visualisation ever since. Recent examples of complex StereoServer installations include the University of East Anglia and the Kalamazoo aviation museum in Michigan, US, with single channels installed at Salford University, the Centre for Construction Innovation and Kenworth Trucks Inc. Both projected active and passive stereo can be seen in action in Europe’s best equipped VR/visualisation demonstration suite at our Sale head office.