The "Free2C 3D Kiosk smart" offers a highly realistic simulation of three dimensional objects that seem to float in space before the display screen. Users can view them with no need to wear glasses, and control them with a simple wave of the hand.
A video-based system for the recognition of hand gestures is the key to such user-friendly interaction. The 3D Kiosk is perfect as an intuitive information terminal for alluring presentation of high-tech products in showrooms. The large-scale photorealistic 3D display is a genuine eye-catcher that is sure to be one of the main points of attraction in whatever context it is used.
- Clean and hygienic control through touch-free interaction
- High-tech presentations in exhibitions, airports, shopping malls and showrooms
- Virtual viewing and movement of precious museum exhibits
- Intuitive info terminal for the alluring presentation of exhibits and high-tech products in showrooms
- Use in minimal invasive surgery
Not the least of the outstanding qualities of the 3D Kiosk smart is the sheer simplicity of its intuitive handling system. Its large-scale display screen (21.3", 1600 by 1200 RGB Pixel) enables all kinds of interactive presentations in photorealistic 3D quality, while a tracking and interaction technique enables the holographic objects to be moved. Cameras mounted in the monitor register the distance and position of the viewer’s eyes and this data is used for computing how the part images should be nested and ordered to create the 3D display. A lenticular lens integrated in the display ensures that the generated image data follows the viewer’s head movements, while a hand tracking system gives the exact position of the viewer’s fingers and analyses their movement. This data is the basis for the manipulation of the object on the screen.