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Stereo DisplaysReviews
  • Sharp LL-151-3D - brings goggle-free 3D images to your desktop, Alfred Poor, PC Magazine, September 17, 2004
  • LCD Adds a Dimension to the Desktop - Sharp's LL-151-3D offers stereoscopic mode for viewing 3D models, Laura Blackwell, PC World, September 28, 2004
  • New Hardware and Software Seen at SIGGRAPH 2004 - reviews of  Rhino 4.0, form*Z 4.5, SensAble's new haptic system, and 3D displays, Joe Greco, Cadalyst MCAD Tech News #127, August 19, 2004
  • Two New Visualisation Tools from Fakespace - dStation (Decision Station) is a movable modular system for collaborative work, with high-resolution monoscopic images with integrated audio, video and multi-windowing capabilities; the ROVR (Rapidly Operational Virtual Reality) is a large screen, digital active-stereo system that delivers bright, sharp imagery, e4engineering, July 28, 2003
  • CrystalEyes 3, Monitor ZScreen - StereoGraphics system lets you see things clearly when viewing stereoscopically that wouldn't have been apparent in a 2D view, Pat Davis, Cadalyst, July 2002
  • Eye-Popping 3D Displays: From Cheap to Steep - reviews of stereoscopic viewing displays, ImmersaDesk from Fakespace, Z-Screen, CrystalEyes and SynthaGram from StereoGraphics, Peter Sheerin, CADENCE, Jan 2002
  • Stereo Eyes - Martyn Day, CADserver, October 25, 2000