Sony Spatial Reality Display unveiled today. It utilises the Sony’s award-winning Eye-Sensing Light Field Display (ELFD) technology that was first showcased at CES 2020 in January. The display does not require users to wear specific VR glasses or any kind of headsets. It only uses eye-tracking technology to create realistic 3D objects.
Sony Spatial Reality Display Specifications and Features
According to the Gizmochina report, The Spatial Reality Display features a 15.6 inches LCD display with support of 4k resolution. It is touted to equip with a high-speed vision sensor that is able to track the movement of the eyes and the position when walking around the display. The display also has a micro-optical lens that is located just above the LCD, which can separate the left and right eye screens to create a stereo image.
The Display is powered by Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia’s RTX 2070 Super GPU to use top-level real-time rendering algorithms and performs seamlessly. Sony Spatial Reality Display (SR Display) will attract creators from various industries including automotive and industrial design to computer graphics (CG) and visual effects (VFX), and also in movies, to realize their creativity in stunning 3D displays.
Sony Spatial Reality Display Priced at US$4,999.99 and will be available from November on Sony Store and other retailers. The display is costly but that innovative display is worth buying.