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Visbox, Inc. is pleased to announce the VisCube C4-X. The VisCube C4-X is an ultra compact high performance CAVE VR system. Using advanced optics, it provides a full-size high-resolution CAVE experience with minimal space needed behind each screen.
A VisCube C4 CAVE was installed at the TTU HIVE in Cookeville, Tennessee. The lab, headed by David Brown, studies the application of virtual reality technologies to the problems of communication, conservation, and training.
A VisCube C1 was installed at University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. The GET-SET project, headed by Dr. Sederick Rice, is establishing a 3D Visualization Center at UAPB with the goal of applying 3D visualization in STEM classroom and research settings.
A VisBox-HD13 was installed at the Center for Innovation through Visualization & Simulation (CIVS) at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond, Indiana.
A VisCube C4-HD CAVE was installed for a commercial client in Ohio. The VisCube C4-HD is a multi-screen immersive display system with three walls and a floor. The front wall and floor are full 1920×1080 HD resolution and 13.3″ wide.
A custom VisCube C4 was installed at the Computer Vision and Systems Laboratory at Laval University in Quebec City, Quebec. The VisCube C4 is a multi-screen immersive display system with three walls and a floor.
A VisCube C4-HD was installed for a client in India. The VisCube C4-HD is a multi-screen immersive display system with three walls and a floor. The front wall and floor are full 1920×1080 HD resolution and 13.3′ wide, allowing more viewers than a standard 10′ wide system.
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The display features 9 native HD projectors (1920x1080p) for an aggregate resolution of more than 18 million pixels.
The display is used to visualize the results of comparative genomic analysis. The maps that are generated have incredible detail and benefit greatly from high resolution display. In addition, the size of the display makes it ideal for small group collaboration.
The VisCube C4-T2 at Virginia Tech was featured in a “Spotlight on Innovation” article and video about the 3D Blacksburg Collaborative project.
A VisBox-WQ10 was installed for a commercial client in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
We moved into a new, larger facility in Saint Joseph, Illinois.
Our new address is:
304 Northgate Drive
Saint Joseph, IL 61873 USA
The 3D VisWall-4K-SRX at Tufts University was featured in NSF’s “Science Nation”.
A VisDuo-HD was installed at the Medical Research Institute for Chemical Defense (MRICD) at Aberdeen Proving Grounds. The system, part of a laboratory dedicated to mathematical and molecular modeling, allows groups of scientists to visualize the spatial relationships between chemical warfare agents and their target enzymes so that protective strategies may be generated and tested.