A number of companies make computers for gamers and graphic artists. It is important that the model can support three-dimensional graphics. SpatialLabs was introduced by Acer in 2021. It uses a stereo camera, special optics and real-time rendering technology. This creates highly realistic 3D images. ASUS came up with their own solution.
ASUS announced Spatial Vision technology as an OLED-based OLED-based stereoscopic LCD display solution. 3D displays have a resolution of 3.2K and an image refresh rate of 120 Hz. It is similar to Acer’s technology in many ways. The so-called. The lenticular lenses and pupil tracker create separate images for each eye. This is why the head and position are constantly monitored. ASUS technology is superior to Acer’s. SpatialLabs, a competitor’s solution, only allows one person to view a three-dimensional image.
According to The Verge, the technology worked quite well during the demonstration, and the models looked incredibly realistic, literally “flying out” of the screen. The quality of the view was not affected by head movements and it was easy for users to switch between 2D/3D modes.
Technically, Spatial Vision technology can be used with any three-dimensional content, including videos and games. Journalists note a marked difference in the quality content from third-party designers and materials specifically created for the system.
ASUS says the OLED displays boast a contrast ratio as high as 1,000,000:1. They also have a response speed of 0.2ms and a 120Hz refresh rate. The solution can be used in the metaverse, according to developers. The glasses-free technology can be integrated with the ASUS Spatial vision Hub collection of apps to create 3D content, watch 3D movies and videos, and play 3D games. Developers have the potential to create their own ecosystems.
Spatial Vision also has the advantage that the technology is not limited to premium models. One of the first laptops to adopt the new solution so far is the Vivobook Pro 16X3D OLED, which was designed for creating graphic content. Vivobook is also a relatively inexpensive ASUS model. The model last year cost $1449.99. The use of 3D technology may add an extra hundred dollars.
ASUS reports that the model with 3D Support received a 13th generation Intel processor and a 40th series NVIDIA graphic card. The model also features MUX switch technology. An updated cooling system will provide safe operation at a TDP 150W.