Spatial View introduced the glasses-free 3DeeScreen lens for standard 2D 15.6-inch laptops

Spatial View 3DeeScreen
Spatial View 3DeeScreen
The 3DeeScreen is now available for purchase; works on notebooks with 1080p or 720p resolution

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The Canadian tech company Spatial View has launched a new glasses-free 3D lens, resourcefully dubbed 3DeeScreen that reportedly enables users to watch 3D content on ordinary 2D laptops. This product is priced at $130 and that’s including the dedicated software.

The 3DeeScreen is meant to be used on 15.6-inch laptops only. According to the maker, in order to start viewing autostereoscopic (read: glassless) 3D content, users need to attach the 3DeeScreen to a notebook display and install the previously mentioned software. The product supposedly utilizes an eye-tracking technology for a seamless 3D image adjustment.

Ihor Petelycky, who is General Manager at Spatial View, was quoted as saying: “The patented rendering technology results in superior 3D image quality and means the user doesn't have to sit motionless in front of the screen or search for the optimal "sweet spot."

The system requirements include an Intel Core i3, i5, i7 (or equivalent CPU), NVIDIA or AMD GPU (for hardware assisted video decoding) and a web camera with a resolution of at least 640-by-480 pixels.

The company also has its very own online store, called 3DeeCentral, which features free and paid (pay-for-play) content. Furthermore, Spatial View supposedly offers an SDK (software development kit) for the programmers out there, who wish to support 3DeeScreen.


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Ivan Zhekov, 2012-02-22 (Update: 2012-05-26)