What is the technical principle of multi-media projection type sand table model?
Multi-media projection type sand table model is to simulate the real three-dimensional geographic information, resulting in micro-model, and then use the control technology to find every point.
1. Real simulation of terrain
Multi-media projection type sand table model is precisely produced on a scale scale, and can be used to show the mountain, river, town, transportation and unit deployment and action plan. It not only has the value of use, but also has the decoration and appreciation effect.
2. Intelligent dynamic display
Multi-media projection type sand table model with different colors of light, through a single point, group point, long bright, shiny and flow display and other methods, so that the sand shows a significant dynamic effect.
3. Multi-function control
Multi-media projection type sand table model using computer programming and control, to achieve sound, video and other technologies, means of integrated use, both the mouse, keyboard control, remote control or touch induction control, but also through the PDA roaming control, and a variety of interfaces Open and scalable, easy to modify or increase in the future.
4. Comprehensive demonstration
Multi-media projection type sand table model uses multimedia and information technology to realize sound, light, electricity, text, image and so on through the sand table light, sound, plasma (LCD) display, computer screen, projection, alarm, etc. to be synchronized comprehensive demonstration.
5. Easy to operate
Through the selection of point control technology, map roaming function, database technology, keyword control, network compatibility and software optimization technology, can quickly query and demonstrate the user's target elements, deployment, action programs and other text, form, graphics, images and other information, And can be printed and edited in time.
6. Widely used
Multi-media projection type sand table model can be used to study the terrain, determine the deployment, planning, command and dispatch, research programs, exhibitions, advertising and so on.