The Deep Reality Viewer (DRV-Z1) reportedly enables the user to view high definition 3D images under magnification.
The Deep Reality Viewer (DRV-Z1) reportedly enables the user to view high definition 3D images under magnification.

Vision Engineering has developed a new microscope which it says is the first ultra-high definition digital stereoscopic product with a 3D view.

The Deep Reality Viewer (DRV-Z1) reportedly enables the user to view high definition 3D images under magnification with vivid depth perception and at UHD resolution without using a flat screen or requiring operators to wear goggles or specialist glasses. By linking multiple DRV systems via wired or wireless technologies, users can share and manipulate 3D images of components, parts or products in real time.

DRV-Z1 systems can be used for quality assurance/control in sectors including electronics, aerospace, automotive and medical industries.

‘This breakthrough technology sets a new industry standard, offering users an incredible 3D viewing experience, without the need for glasses or headsets,’ said Mark Curtis, managing director, Vision Engineering. ‘The ability to share high definition images with other users anywhere in the world presents a huge opportunity to improve standards across key industries such as healthcare, manufacturing and the automotive sector.’

This story uses material from Vision Engineering, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.