In some companies that produce computer computers for gamers and graphic designers, the creation of a model that supports the display of three-dimensional graphics without special glasses became an important project for many industries. In 2021, Acer introduced SpatialLabs technology, which uses a stereo camera, special optics and real-time rendering technologies to create realistic 3D images. This year, ASUS got ready to offer a solution.
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ASUS has announced a steeoscopic display solution for Spatial Vision. 3D displays show a resolution of 3000, while the refresh rate is 120 Hz. The technology is in many ways similar to Acers. She uses the lenticular lenses and pupil tracking to render separate images for each eye that is why the position of the eyes and the head is constantly monitored. Moreover, ASUS is an attractive solution. Unlike the first 3D image (which is meant to be a three-dimensional image) one cannot easily see the 3D image without glasses, but SpatialLabs is one of the first two people to create this experience for the same day.
According to The Verge, the technology worked quite well during the demonstration, so the models looked quite realistic, literally floating out of the screen. In contrast to the motion of the head movements, the quality of the viewing did not go to a huge disadvantage. It was simple to switch between 2D and 3D mode.
In particular, the content quality of 3D is largely influenced by The Spatial Vision technology as well. However, journalists observe a significant difference in the quality of content from the third-party developers and the materials designed specifically for the system.
According to ASUS, the new OLED displays have a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, a response time of 0.2 ms and a screen refresh rate of 120Hz. According to the developer, the real time solution can be used in the metaverse. Glasses-free technology uses a special app from the ASUS Spatial Vision Hub collection to watch 3D movies and films, play 3D games and create 3D content. It is highly possible for developers to create their own ecosystems.
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The advantage of Spatial Vision is that it’s possible that the technology will be used for several premium models. Since now one of the first laptops to use the new solution is the 16-inch Vivobook Pro 16X 3D OLED, designed for creating graphic content. Vivobook is, as a result, one of the relatively affordable ASUS series. That model cost a hundred dollars, so the last two years went by. Some extra hundred dollars could be added to the cost of 3D technology.
According to ASUS, the model with 3D support received the 13th generation Intel processor, a 40th-series NVIDIA graphics card, and uses MUX Switch technology, and a cooling system that delivers a full 150Wt DDP, and a modern cooling system is expected to perform the day by day.
For professionals with a budget, the company plans to introduce technologies with the ProArt Studiobook 16 laptop, which consists of a stylus, a 64-GB RAM and many other graphics-friendly features. The new variant will cost at least 50 cents last year.
To help explain why 3D content often is created and viewed on computers with large monitors. In the near future, whether laptops that are already capable of such capabilities will become popular remains to be seen.