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3D notebook without glasses for Linux using OpenGL API and GLUT

The Sharp Actius RD3D notebook delivers 3D stereoscopic images without the need to wear special glasses using a Nvidia GeForce4 440 Go OpenGL accelerator. In the 3D mode, researchers can view molecules, medical imagery, and terrain maps in full 3D to gain a better understanding of their data. Right out of the box, you can hit the 3-D button next to the power button, and view, in 3D, the demo images that ship with the system. Sharp’s 3D SDK is available for Linux to create stereoscopic images using the OpenGL API and freeglut. See the technote for more information.

Jun 18, 2004 | Read article... | Permalink

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