World’s First 3D High-Definition Visual Environment

Christie's 3D CAVE™ Helps Weill Cornell College Deliver Breakthrough Findings in Biomedical Research
Posted 7/7/2010

World’s first 3D high-definition visual environment features unprecedented levels of resolution for unique immersive experience.

Christie®, a leader in professional displays and visualization solutions, announced that its groundbreaking 3D High Definition CAVE™ is helping Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City achieve breakthrough findings in biomedical research. The David A. Cofrin Center for Biomedical Information at the HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Institute for Computational Biomedicine is powered by eight Christie Mirage 3-chip DLP® projectors with active stereo capability. The Christie projectors deliver a resolution of 1920x1920 (3.68 megapixels) per wall – 334% higher resolution than most previous CAVEs. The results are superior 3D images that set new standards in molecular modeling and other avenues of biomedical research.

To view this fascinating technology in action, watch our Weill Cornell Medical College video.