Perfect 3D stereo display for innovative
3D PluraView - the future-proof high-end display for GIS,
Photogrammetry and 3D City Modeling
The 3D PluraView monitors are the successors to the PLANAR 'beam-splitter' monitor series manufactured by PLANAR until 2015. This stereo technology is based on two monitors, a semi-transparent mirror and the combination with extremely light, passively polarized stereo glasses. Since the introduction of the PLANAR monitors over 16 years ago, this principle has proven itself to be the qualitatively best 3D-stereo display for desktop workplaces.
With a 28-inch screen diagonal, 4K (UHD) resolution and up to 10-bit color depth (with AMD Radeon PRO graphics cards), the 28 “PluraView from Schneider-Digital is the current 3D-stereo reference for all geospatial IT applications.
As a technologically far better alternative to the active LCD shutter glasses from NVIDIA, which are no longer available, the 3D PluraView monitor will continue to function 'Plug & Play' with every 'NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro' -compatible software application under the current Windows 10 versions as well as the new Windows 11. Since Windows 'Build 2019H2', also with the latest 'Build 21H1', the NVIDIA graphics card driver does not support NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses for LCD desktop monitors.