Asusthe tech giant, took advantage of the recent CES 2023 to reveal their latest innovative products at their global launch event. Among its various advertisements, the spatial vision, the first 3D OLED display technology that does not require the use of glasses Y offers a focused viewing experienceEspecially to content creators.
As detailed, it will be released on ProArt Studiobook Pro 16 3D OLED and Vivobook Pro 16 3D OLED laptops. In this way, they hope to provide creators with tools to revolutionize the workflow with interactive experiences.
Glasses-free 3D OLED enables such immersive experiences on a laptop, without having to resort to extra handheld devices. It’s an effect made possible by the integration of the lenticular blade and the eye-tracking camera, which interweaves different images for each eye.
It is important to specify that the aforementioned technology is compatible with 3D platforms and industry standards, such as Steam VR, OperXR, Vulkan, Unreal Engine, Unity, Blender, NVIDIA Omniverse, Autodesk VRED and SketchUp and the obj, fbx, gltf file formats , 3ds, stl, mp4 and avi.
Likewise, they have also presented the Spatial Vision Hub, which complements OLED 3D with apps that will allow viewing multimedia content, playing games and enjoying viewing models, all in 3D.
For its part, OLED screen technology provides bright colors, clear images, fluid visuals and free of ghosting for the 120 Hz refresh ratesall powered by the latest chips from Intel and NVIDIA.
In addition to computers with 3D OLED displays, Asus introduced the Zenbook Pro 16X OLED, Zenbook Pro 14 OLED, Zenbook 14X OLED, and TUF Gaming gaming laptops in 15-, 16-, and 17-inch sizes.