Sony has received a giant heavy metal wedge from Sony. The largest side contained a camera, and a 15.6-inch screen screen.
A 4-inch tall anime girl dance her heart out inside Sony’s contraption. It’s the magic of stereoscopic 3D.
Sony’s latest attempt to build a so-called’holographic display’. The 15.6-inch, 4K looking glass costs $ 3,000.
Sony says the combination of a high-speed Face- and eye-tracking camera, real-time algorithms and fine, precisely adjusted lenticular lenses provide a clearer image than any previous display.
Sony’s camera ca n’t track you and the 3D effect can Twitch and disappear. If you lean in too close or too far to any side, the effect can twitching and disappear.
A stunning bistro scene in bistro, a bistro scene, sits on the right side of the restaurant. The restaurant’s tiny wooden chairs and tables have their own curved armrests and individual slats.
A Ghostbusters Ecto-1 has a full interior, twin-rimmed steering wheel and full steering wheel. The display is also compatible with the Leap motion for 3D gesture control.
Sony claims its target audiences wanted a stationary monitor that can live atop their desk desk desks. Sony says its target audience wanted the stationary monitor.
Sony says the 500-nit 4K display supports 100 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut. Sony recommends at least an Intel Core i7-9700k and NVIDIA GeForce rtx 2070 Super or better to drive the display.
Sony will open direct sales to anyone who might want one at its own website in November. The company does n’t want to limit potential adoption to partners.
You can also sign up to attend a virtual demo on October 22 at 3pm et. The virtual demo will be available on October 22nd at 3pm. I ca n’t imagine that will really help make up your mind about a display you need to see in 3D.