Looking down from above, you get totally different impressions: of crowds of people bustling in the aisles, of the visitors rushing to meetings and of yourself, as you watch it all calmly, with the joystick in your hand. How can that be?
The secret is in the cinemizer OLED from Carl Zeiss.
The new version of the multimedia glasses enables users to get a view from above from the first-person perspective.
A quadrocopter with a camera, installed above the Carl Zeiss stand, transmits the image to the video glasses. The camera can be moved using the joystick to create an almost perfect illusion of flying. The successor to the cinemizer Plus, which will be available in summer 2012, uses OLED technology for the first time – resulting in images with higher definition and color fidelity.
Thanks to its diverse connection possibilities, films from iPods, PCs or blu-ray discs may also be viewed using the cinemizer OLED. Immersive technology allows gamers to experience their games as intensely as never before.
The cinemizer OLED also presents professional users with many possibilities: photographers can control settings and shots in real time or use the glasses as an external viewfinder, with elaborate effects. Dentists can offer their patients some distraction. In collaboration with the Inreal company, Carl Zeiss provides a virtual reality solution for architects and interior designers, which allows them and their customers to enter detailed 3D representations of designed rooms and to change the design in real time.
From 6 to 10 March 2012, CeBIT visitors can experience and try the new cinemizer OLED at the Carl Zeiss stand in the "Next Level S3D" area (Hall 15, Stand 26). "Flights" over the exhibition stand are also available, of course. In this way, everyone can see for themselves how glasses can let you fly.
March 7, 2012