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HP Presents Zvr VR Display

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HP launches what it says is a "a step closer to true holographic viewing"-- the Zvr Virtual Reality Display, a "Blended Reality" monitor allowing users to view and manipulate 3D animated objects in real-time, first seen at CES 2015.

HP ZvrThe Zvr consists of a 23.6-inch desktop display armed with four head-tracking IR cameras. Use requires the wearing of passive 3D glasses, while interaction with on-screen objects come through a stylus. As for actual specifications, the display handles 1920x1080 resolution, with input via either DVI or DisplayPort 1.2.

Aimed mainly at architectural, educational and MCAD applications, the Zvr display also features a n optional zView solution for the real-time sharing of 3D models on a 2D big screen, while zSpace technology handles the interactive on-screen visuals.

HP Curved monitorCES 2015 also sees the debut of new HP displays, including two 4K (the 27-inch Z27s and 24-inch Z24s) and one 5K (the 5120x2880 resolution Z27q) displays, as well as the curved Z34c, Envy 34c, EliteDisplay S270c and Pavilion 27c monitors.

"HP's new displays complement our goal of delivering new technologies that maximize the visual experience and change the way people work and create," the company says. "HP displays feature performance, innovation, reliability and outstanding image accuracy that we believe will transform how customers connect and interact using technology."

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