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Mechdyne Introduces Mosaic High-Resolution Display Modules for 2D and 3D Applications

By DE Editors

Mechdyne has introduced Mosaic display modules, a scalable technology suitable for single and multi-screen AV applications and for building large-scale stereoscopic 3D video walls and surround screen immersive environments. Large-scale systems based on the Mosaic display will occupy less space than previously available rear projection-based systems while supporting extreme resolutions.

Mosaic display modules can produce detailed stereoscopic 3D as well as HD 2D imagery. The Mosaic display is an individual rear projected module that can be used as a visualization system building block.  Each 70 in. module offers 1920x1080p resolution but occupies only 25 in. of depth. Multiple units can be stacked and tiled into any configuration.  The no-frame design creates small seams between joined modules.

Mosaic display modules can be used for research programs, medical imaging, command control, collaboration room, and in presentation and entertainment environments.

For more information, visit Mechdyne Corporation.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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