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NuVision Technologies (Beaverton, Ore.) launched the 60GX Wireless Stereoscopic Glasses into the international marketplace this month. These glasses are unique in their ability to deliver stereo performance at an affordable price. NuVisions' patented high-speed pi-cell technology allows crisp, clear, and flicker-free images over the entire display. The lightweight glasses can be installed in seconds, fit over prescription glasses, and are fully compatible with all of today's stereo-ready wor

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NuVision Technologies (Beaverton, Ore.) launched the 60GX Wireless Stereoscopic Glasses into the international marketplace this month. These glasses are unique in their ability to deliver stereo performance at an affordable price. NuVisions' patented high-speed pi-cell technology allows crisp, clear, and flicker-free images over the entire display. The lightweight glasses can be installed in seconds, fit over prescription glasses, and are fully compatible with all of today's stereo-ready workstations, PCs, and software. They are also compatible with IR emitters from StereoGraphics. Primary users of these glasses are researchers in pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, specialty chemicals, petrochemical and polymer companies, and in academia. The glasses carry a retail price of $249 (including infrared emitter), come with a two-year warranty, and deliver 600 hours of battery operation.

For more information call 1-800-920-9327.

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