ASUS brings Glass-free 3D tech to OLED laptops, starting with the Vivobook Pro

Apart from just unveiling a number of new hardware during CES 2023, ASUS announced an interesting new software technology as well, which will be rolled out to certain OLED laptops to enable a glass free way of experiencing 3D. So here are all the details.

Just yesterday, we had covered Acer’s announcement in which it had also released an update to improve its existing SpatialLabs TrueGame tech that also enabled 3D without a dedicated 3D glasses. Now, it appears that the Taiwanese PC maker has also released a similar technology. The company is seeking to bring this feature to OLED laptop screens thanks to its ASUS Spatial Vision, which is a “glasses free (autostereoscopic) 3D OLED technology.”

So now, PCs that support Spatial Vision will be able to use a combination of lenticular lens and advanced eye tracking camera technology to offer a 3D experience. With this tech, the system can render separate images for each eye and follow the position of your head and eyes to adjust the output. As of right now, ASUS will be debuting the Spatial Vision 3D tech on two laptops in the second quarter of this year, including the ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED and the Vivobook Pro 16 3D OLED.

The company is rolling out the new tech on these laptops first thanks to their higher 3200 x 2000px resolutions and high 120Hz refresh rate support. Furthermore, these also feature a layer of optical resin, a glass panel, and a lenticular lens that helps work with a pair of eye tracking cameras for real time rendering of images. Meaning, this technology won’t just work with any OLED laptop, at least for now that is.



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