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Published on Apr 20, 2017
This keynote presentation was delivered at the 28th annual Stereoscopic Displays and Applications conference (30 January – 1 February 2017) held in Burlingame, CA USA.
Title: Stereoscopic displays, tracking, interaction, education, and the web (SD&A-362)
Speaker: David Chavez, zSpace, Inc.
Biography: David brings 25 years of experience in start-up companies, working with technologies ranging from GSM infrastructure to laptops, printers, PDAs and smartphones, in both consumer and commercial product spaces. He has managed product development teams through the full range of the product life cycle, from initial concept to volume production. David has extensive experience working with suppliers and manufacturing partners worldwide, with a particular emphasis in Asia. He has held various positions in product development organizations such as pen-based computer companies GO & EO, Hewlett Packard, and Handspring.
Abstract: The combination of a high quality stereoscopic display with an integrated tracking system has enabled a significant step function in user value. Though it seems to be an obvious recipe, there is something about it that has reached a new level of experience, particularly in the classroom. What does this tell us about more broad markets and future applications? This talk makes a case for the broad value of a system of 3D and VR on the user's desk; a distinctly different approach to a head mounted VR solution. We draw analogies to well-known products & technologies which similarly experienced initial market acceptance struggles, but ultimately achieved broad adoption. The use of the web for content delivery offers a low barrier to use, and will enable the ecosystem to expand quickly and in unpredictable ways with modest investment required by the web development community.