Sony has introduced a new device dubbed ‘Spatial Reality Display’ in India, which is a display that allows users to view 3D material without the necessity of special glasses or VR headsets.
Spatial Reality Display, according to Sony, can display spatial visuals in 3D as if they were genuine, allowing viewers to perceive the depth, look, and texture of the item.
The monitor is 27 inches in size and features a 4K resolution. It has 10-bit processing, a 100% Adobe RGB colour gamut, and a super-resolution engine that can upscale 2K material to 4K.
The ELF-SR2 Spatial Reality Display also boasts better facial tracking and identification, a wide viewing angle, and monitors the viewer’s gaze to create a more pleasant experience. It processes pictures with high-speed sensors and has low latency to reduce the impacts of motion blur and crosstalk.
Users may also swap between viewers, allowing two persons to stand or sit in front of the screen and alternate the ideal viewing angle without changing positions.
Sony claims that the ELF-SR2 Spatial Reality Display has been optimised for usage in industries such as industrial design, surgical planning, engineering, architecture, signs, construction, entertainment, software development, and game development. The business also intends to create a ‘Spatial Reality Display App Select’ website where customers may select appropriate applications.
It will also contain a ‘Spatial Reality Display Player’ programme, which will allow users to replay a variety of 3D file types. The monitor comes with a removable stand and is compatible with VESA mounting. It now supports Unity, OpenGL, DirectX 11, DirectX 12, and Unreal Engine as software development kits (SDKs), with support for OpenXR coming later this year.
Sony’s ELF-SR2 Spatial Reality Display costs Rs 7,000 and is available via Sony distributors across the nation. However, the price does not include items such as technical support and software development expenses.