If you don’t own a 3D laptop from Sony, you can now have a chance to enjoy the same immersive entertainment. The company has revealed a new accessory that has the potential to allow anybody with a laptop to enjoy 3D imaging.
The recently revealed add-on is a 3mm thick lenticular sheet that is attached in front of your laptop’s display. It will not require the need for 3D glasses and instead, uses specially crafted software that utilizes the laptop’s webcam to idenifty the user’s face in order to calibrate the 3D images. What’s more, this new accessory appears to be compatible with non-Sony laptops (although this is yet to be confirmed), which provides virtually anybody the chance to experience entertainment in 3D.
For now, the 3D sheet will make its debut in Europe as an accompanying accesory to the Sony 15.5-inch VAIO VPCSE1Z9E (S Series). It’s reported retail price might be a little steep at 129 Euro (approx. Php 7,763.), but it definitely looks promising. There is no word yet on when this will land on our shores.
Source: Tom’s hardware