- Sep 23, 2021
At the CES 2021, Sony too came out with a few new technologies. At what appears to be the first of its kind, Sony introduced Spatial Reality Display technology at the CES.
The latest from Sony is a naked-eye 3D display that can present images in a three-dimensional manner. Some people might question its usage, but there is no doubt that it sounds like an important tool for designers.
For them, the Spatial Reality Display will somewhat revolutionize how they perceive things and get their work done. Not to mention, it will be a tool of extreme convenience for the designers to create.
According to the company’s description, the device uses a traditional LCD screen that comes with an optical lens above it, which works to refract light. This ultimately produces the 3D effect.
The display adopts a triangular three-dimension design, mainly because it needs enough distance to provide space for the lens for the technology to function.
Additionally, it will also take up less space. However, there is one element about this new technology: the hollow design whose function is still unknown.
The display features a camera right above it. The camera can sense the three-dimensional data of the human face and track facial expressions at the same time.
This technology is equipped to provide a real-time motion capture function that can map facial expressions to 3D characters as per Sony. This real-time motion capture function will create animation and real-time inspection effects at the same time.
Sony’s official website announced that the Spatial Reality Display would be available at the price of $4999.99. Sony recommends that this new product be used with i7-9700K + RTX 2070 Super or above to trigger its smooth use.
Sony did not mention if this product will go on sale globally.