Sony Spatial Reality Display Make Possible Viewing 3D without Glasses


Sony Spatial Reality Display

Sony Electronics announced the debut of a groundbreaking new product made with Sony’s eye sensing light field display (ELFD) technology – ” Sony Spatial Reality Display” – SR Display.

Sony Spatial Reality Display Introduction Video

The display, originally shown to attendees at CES in the US in January this year, is known as an “eye sensing light field display”, It does not require the user to wear specific VR glasses or a headset, and only uses technology that uses eye-tracking to render realistic 3D objects. The Sony Spatial Reality Display consists of a 15.6-inch 4K LCD with a high-speed vision sensor that tracks eye movement and position as it moves around the display, and a micro-optical lens, located above the LCD, that separates the left and right eye screens to create stereoscopic images.

The SR Display uses top-of-the-line real-time rendering algorithms, so it requires a powerful PC with at least an Intel Core i7-class processor and NVIDIA’s RTX 2070 Super-class GPU. The SR Display enables creators in industries ranging from automotive and industrial design to computer graphics (CG) and visual effects (VFX), as well as creators in film, to bring their ideas to life in a stunning 3D display.

Sony Spatial Reality Display – Sony SR Display

In terms of pricing, the Sony SR Display price is $4,999.99 approximately ₹3,60,700. It will be available on the Sony Store and other retailers in November.

Sony Spatial Reality Display Specifications

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