Published on September 7th,2011 at 10:12 AM
By >Tiago Santos

Lenticular sheet adds 3D capability

Sony has just released a sheet that together with the new Vaio S Series will enable it to display 3D images without glasses.

This new technique is achieved by using a lenticular method, to create a parallax with an array of lenses.

The sheet by it self is already good news, but by using the web camera present on the Vaio, and a special software (included) the notebook will calculate the head position of the viewer. This will enable the viewer to always see the best picture quality possible.

Scheduled to be release on October in Europe at price of 129€

Via Sony
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