Q4 DirectVue dome display introduced
Q4 Services has introduced a new direct projection dome display to meet customer requirements for systems with a smaller training footprint.
The Q4 DirectVue dome display is a continuous, spherical rigid display that provides a high-quality, immersive training environment that is easily transportable, designed for single doorway access and suitable for use in confined training areas such as a classroom setting.
The product is supplied with a fully integrated three-channel high definition projection system, and warping and blending solution that provides a sharp, bright, and immersive 200x45 degree wrap around spherical image. The display also has built-in height adjustment to accommodate a range of training device eye points.
The dome display is available in a range of sizes, fields-of-view and can be supplied with a variety of projector solutions.
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