Virtalis developed this innovative solution following customer requests for multiple Picture-in-Picture (PiP) views, as well as the ability to review several inputs upon one of our ActiveWall or ActiveMove display systems simultaneously.
“When my laptop data is 3D enabled, I can display it as a stereo image via ActiveView and thus have the capability to display two simultaneous Virtual Reality models. Additionally, I can pan and zoom within each ActiveView window and it works on both our flat screen and our curved screen ActiveWalls. I can integrate a whole range of external sources, including video conferencing, without disrupting the visualisation environment or installing additional software. We’ve discovered ActiveView’s competitors are either very expensive or restrictive, because they force you to place the additional window in fixed locations.”
Professor Wander, Head of Scientific Computing, STFC.
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