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Fraunhofer HHI’s Mobile TiME Lab at RTT Excite 2014 in Munich

12.05.2014

Real-time Rendering of virtual Worlds with RTT DeltaGen 12 Software

RTT, provider for professional high-end 3D visualization software and developer of DeltaGen, is using the immersive environment of the Mobile TiME Lab developed by Fraunhofer HHI to showcase interactive real-time rendering of virtual worlds in 3D on a 180° screen at RTT Excite 2014, 15-16 May in Munich.

The TiME Lab, which is located at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin, is a showroom for immersive content, using a number of specific technologies and systems like immersive ultra-high definition video projection, three-dimensional spatial audio playback and touchless user interaction. It is equipped with a panoramic screen of 180 degrees, a passive 3D multi-projection system and an outstanding audio system (WFS – Wave Field Synthesis).

The mobile version of the TiME Lab was launched in 2012. It can be used in a flexible manner for a variety of different applications including live transmission of panoramic ultra-high definition video as well as panoramic showcases for exhibitions and tradeshows. The Mobile TiME Lab is designed to operate as a room-in-room system and can accommodate audiences of up to 60 people.

RTT Excite is an international summit for the 3D visualization industry. Renowned product manufacturers in the automotive, aerospace and consumer goods industries will explore the complete range of RTT´s 3D visualization solutions in the field of Design & Development, Marketing, Sales and After-Sales. The areas of business R&D, IT and Creative CGI will also be part of the exhibition.

Contact:
Christian Weissig
Tel +49 30 31002-571
cristian.weissig@hhi.fraunhofer.de

About Fraunhofer HHI
The Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute is a world leader in the development of mobile and fixed broadband communication networks and multimedia systems. From photonic components and systems to fiber optic sensor systems and real time image processing architectures, the Heinrich Hertz Institute works together with its international partners from research and industry on building the infrastructure for the future Gigabit Society. Fraunhofer HHI is your competent partner for UHDTV, 3D TV, 3D displays, gesture controlled man-machine interaction, image processing, coding and transmission, and use of interactive media.

About RTT
RTT is the leading one-stop-provider of high-end software, consulting and creative services in professional 3D visualization. As a strategic part-ner, RTT offers sustainable, effective and seamless process support across the entire product lifecycle with its holistic approach. As a result, products are developed faster and more cost-effectively, while time-to-market is significantly reduced. Through creative, photorealistic CGI implementations RTT enables innovative sales and marketing advantages and new dimensions of emotional brand staging. RTT AG was founded 1999 in Munich.

Press | Fraunhofer-Institut
Further information:
http://www.hhi.fraunhofer.de

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