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CES 2023: How to interact with 3D content without glasses

05 January 2023
How the SR enabled display will render 3D content in extended reality without any type of headset. The company is also working to port this to industrial and business use. Source: Dimenco

Dutch startup Dimenco will showcase a variety of spatial displays at CES 2023 including a path to interact with 3D content in extended reality (XR) without any special glasses.

Built using Dimenco’s simulated reality (SR) technology embedded into hardware and software, the tech provides brightness, resolution and depth to displays to enable 3D content visible without glasses. This could be used for businesses, entertainment, gaming, education and communication.

The SR technology allows:

  • Users to view and engage with virtual 3D objects on a display without head mounted displays or other tools.
  • For use among those who wear glasses or contact lenses.
  • Users to stay in XR longer and without losing the sense of reality around them.
  • Plug-and-play compatibility with most 3D games and software.
  • For use in video conferencing and enhance learning.

Dimenco said the SR technology has already been embedded into multiple 3D applications and use cases such as ASUS’ ProArt Studiobook laptop, Acer’s Concept SpatialLabs laptop, ZSpace Inspire’s education 3D tools for K-12, Philips volumetric 3D videoconferencing demo and more.

Additionally, Dimenco will showcase its proof-of-concepts including its 32 inch 8K SR pro display and other “Built on SR” applications.

“Extended reality and 3D imagery will reshape how the world works, learns, plays and interacts, and our built on SR technology will be key to enabling the XR world to be immersive and lifelike — without losing touch with the reality around you,” said Maarten Tobias, CEO and co-founder of Dimenco. “We are actively developing the platform to work with industry leading software packages, based on our OpenXR runtime, addressing creators, designers, architects and many others, to set the standard for 3D display technology.”

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