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projectiondesign is a virtual sponsor

projectiondesign has announced that it is a sponsor of the virtual reality-focused Virtual Efficiency Congress to be held in Fellbach (near Stuttgart), Germany 29-30 September.

For the third year running, projectiondesign will participate in the Virtual Efficiency Congress (VEC) – Germany’s biggest conference dedicated to virtual reality.

As a sponsor of the conference programme, the company will use the event to launch new stereoscopic projection and showcase business tools for virtual reality displays. projectiondesign is a member of the Virtual Dimension Center (VDC) which is aimed at promoting the virtual design and engineering community.

projectiondesign will showcase the 2,560 x 1,600 pixel resolution F35 wqxga projector in a 3D application in cooperation with German specialist supplier awater 3D. The F35 wqxga is said to be the highest resolution DLP projector available for commercial use.

In addition to being an exhibitor, projectiondesign is also a technology sponsor of the VEC, and will supply high resolution F82 projectors for stereoscopic imaging for the Congress’s technical workshops.

projectiondesign says that footage and graphics including 3DVIA from 3D content software developer Dassault Systèmes will ensure that visitors to the VEC are impressed not just by the image quality and technical superiority of the company’s offering, but by the range of new applications that are possible.

“The Virtual Efficiency Congress is a unique event which draws hundreds of engineering and industrial design professionals – all of them keen to find out about the benefits of the latest in technical 3D visualization and simulation,” said Anders Løkke, marketing director, projectiondesign. “Despite their substantial growth in the past few years, these markets continue to offer new potential, and we’re really excited at the prospect of returning to Fellbach on 29-30 September.”