The Department of Information and Systems Engineering has installed a 4K display, a naked eye stereoscopic display wall combining six screens in three rows of two, in a department education facility. Here, you can experience a 3D immersion sensation on a powerful giant screen that you have never seen before.
An explanatory meeting was held by the installation company on September 27 (Fri), attended mainly by many students from laboratories using naked eye stereoscope in their research, who enthusiastically took in the technological lecture.
The naked eye stereoscopic display wall can be used by first-year students onwards, not only students belonging to the laboratory, but also those in various seminars in the Department of Information and Systems Engineering. Also, through events such as the Open Campus, there are plans to provide an opportunity for people from outside of the university to experience the display. (It will also be open to the general public at the Science and Engineering’s Hakumonsai in November).
Also the ChuoCAVE (three-screen immersion stereoscopic system), which is set up in the same room as the naked eye stereoscopic display wall, was introduced to the department’s education facility in 2003. At the time, it was the first system in Japan to be powered by Windows, and was also known as Japan’s smallest system.
The Department of Information and Systems Engineering will continue to conduct education with cutting-edge equipment, and provide an academic environment where creative research results are generated through the best use of these equipments.
Explanatory meeting: Students looking hard at the impact of the screen