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EuropeApril 6, 2016

University Hospital Institutes International Day

Brain & Spine Institute (ICM)
Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital - 47, bd de l'Hôpital - Paris - France

At the invitation of the Strasbourg IHU, Alioscopy presented the 3D model of a patient segmented by Visible Patient on an Alioscopy 3D UHD 31.5" PT portrait monitor. This is the result of a joint development carried out under the 3D-SURG consortium. The application is controlled by a contactless interface. In addition, Alioscopy showcased its real-time conversion solution dedicated to 3D endoscopy on an Alioscopy 3D UHD 55" monitor.

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The University Hospital Institutes International Day was opened by president Francois Hollande, who got a first hand preview of Alioscopy's latest technological innovations.

François Hollande

University Hospital Institutes International Day

EuropeFebruary 9-12, 2016

ISE - Integrated Systems Europe

Hall 8, Booth 8-N270 (iBase)
Amsterdam RAI - Amsterdam - Netherlands

iBASE is a leading embedded computer manufacturer for digital signage. iBASE will drive an Alioscopy 3D UHD 31.5'' SV 4K screen with its new ultra-compact computer player, playing content converted from stereoscopy into auto-stereoscopy using cutting-edge Alioscopy software.

ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) is the world’s largest tradeshow dedicated to professional AV and electronic systems integration.

ISE - Integrated Systems Europe

EuropeMarch 27 - June 14, 2015

Lumière ! The invention of cinema

Salon d'Honneur
Grand Palais - Paris - France

On the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the invention of the cinematograph, the Institut Lumière has organised an unprecedented exhibition dedicated to the flagship inventions of the Lyon-based pioneers of cinema, Louis and Auguste Lumière.

In 1935, the Lumière brothers filmed a 3D remake of their famous 1895 film The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station and screened it with anaglyph glasses at the annual meeting of the French Academy of Science. 80 years later, this film could be converted in Alioscopy format and it is shown for the first time ever in glasses-free 3D.

The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station

Louis Lumière had prophetised that 3D would only be take off when technology would relieve the audience from cumbersome glasses. This time has now come!

Lumière ! The invention of cinema

EuropeFebruary 4-6, 2014

ISE 2014

Hall 1, Booth 1M20 (WolfVision)
Amsterdam RAI - Amsterdam - Netherlands

WolfVision will present images filmed by its 3D Visualizer on an Alioscopy 3D HD 42"S SV5 5-viewpoint-screen. Stereoscopic images filmed by the Visualizer are converted in real-time by the conversion board developed by 3D Impact Media.

ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) is the world’s largest tradeshow dedicated to professional AV and electronic systems integration.

WolfVision is a Austrian manufacturer of Visualizer presentation systems (document cameras) based in Vorarlberg. Visualizers are special optoelectronic devices designed to pick up images of 3-dimensional objects, documents, books, photos and other items from a working surface in high quality, providing a high resolution output signal for video/data projectors, 2D and 3D monitors, interactive whiteboards or videoconferencing systems.

ISE 2014

EuropeUntil March 16, 2014

Mecanhumanimal

From comic book to 3D Experience - Exhibition-installation
Musée des Arts et Métiers - Paris - France

Dassault Sytèmes explores the world of Enki Bilal with a very clever optical theatre installation implementing an Alioscopy 3D HD 24" screen, to create an holographic illusion.

Dassault Systèmes gives both a real and virtual existence to the script-walker, a device allowing to send messages in the past. In " La Femme piège" (1986), the second part of the "Nikopol Trilogy", the heroine Jill Bioskop types a report on her script-walker about conflicts igniting London in 2025 and her articles are published in French newspaper "Libération" in 1993. This strange object looking like a giant insect was modeled in 3D using Dassault Systèmes CAD software, generally used to design cars, machines or any other industrial object. It was then incorporated into an augmented reality setup, combining a real object and virtual images, displayed by an Alioscopy screen mirroring in a slanted glass and producing an interactive holographic illusion. The script-walker was materialized using 3D printing techniques (stereolithography), and its operating principles are overlaid using the reflection of Alioscopy 3D images. The boundaries between real and imaginary world vanish momentarily. Within this museum dedicated to engineers and technical inventions, among communication tools such as the morse machine or gramophone, the actuation of Dassault Systèmes seems obvious, but it also takes on another meaning as intermediary between art and science, imagination and technical innovation, industrial advances and new technologies.

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