CAVE2: The Next Generation in Hybrid Visualization Environments

Mechdyne Executives in the CAVE2Mechdyne is proud to be the only licensed integrator for the next-generation large-scale virtual reality environment—the CAVE2™. 

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CAVE2 combines the benefits of scalable-resolution display walls with a groundbreaking, second-generation virtual reality system. The result is a near-seamless, 320-degree, panoramic 2D/3D virtual environment that matches human visual acuity. This revolutionary system supports information-rich analysis with stunning immersive visuals and intuitive interaction tools with unique features that take virtual reality to a new level.

 

A CAVE2 system integrated by Mechdyne may be designed for active or passive stereo viewing and unlike the cube-like viewing area of a CAVE, the CAVE2 offers a groundbreaking cylindrical collaborative space that is truly the future of virtual reality.

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In today's information-rich world there are limitless uses for virtual environments, such as:

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  • Virtual environment simulation
  • Oil and gas discovery
  • Design engineering
  • Training
  • Architectural design
  • Large-scale collaboration
  • The applications are virtually limitless!

CAVE2 Specifications

  • 320 degree, panoramic design
  • 60' X 8' display, for 480 square feet of viewing surface
  • 72 near-seamless passive stereo off-axis-optimized 3D LCD panels-can be scaled to fit your unique needs
  • Scalable high-performance computer cluster
  • 20.1 surround sound audio system
  • 10-camera optical tracking system-can be scaled to fit your unique interaction needs
  • Ultra high quality resolution of .029 inch per pixel
  • Horizontal visual acuity that matches 20/20 vision
  • Extended life of operation
  • Ultra shallow 4" depth

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* CAVE2™ is trademarked by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees

* 2012 images courtesy of the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL), University of Illinois at Chicago