The SpatialLabs display uses eye-tracking technology, a 3D lenticular lens attached to a 2D panel, and real-time image rendering.
The Taiwanese company Acer officially introduced a new gaming laptop Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition, the main feature of which was the ability to display a three-dimensional image without the use of special 3D glasses.
The SpatialLabs display installed here uses eye-tracking technology, a 3D lenticular lens attached to a 2D panel, and real-time image rendering, which, together, allows you to create a sense of three-dimensionality of what is happening on the screen.
It uses a 15.6-inch IPS-matrix, which in normal mode has a resolution of 3840 × 2160 pixels, and, when switching to 3D, displays a picture of 1920 × 2160 pixels, since, in fact, the screen has to show two images at once. The model is based on the fourteen-core Intel Core i9-12900H processor, which delivers clock speeds up to 5 GHz. The discrete accelerator GeForce RTX 3080 is responsible for the graphics.