Dimension Technologies Inc. has been featured in a NASA technical publication on Aviation and Air Transportation.
The article features DTI’s DTI ROC3D technology that allows users to view full-resolution 3-D images without the need for glasses or headsets, the company said. The firm, part of the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Venture Creations, manufactures and licenses product for computer and video displays.
Studies at the NASA Langley Research Center and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory showed 3-D displays can improve pilot situational awareness by 18 percent, officials said.
It is the first time DTI has been featured in a NASA technical publication. The opportunity allows the company to get in front of an exclusive group of aerospace and air transportation leaders, including Federal Aviation Administration, plane manufacturers, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and others, officials said.
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