ASUS has unveiled new 3D viewing technology, Spatial Vision Technology, making it possible to experience 3D vision on select laptops without the need for special glasses or a VR headset.

The technology, called autostereoscopic 3D (naked-eye 3D), will become available on select ASUS creator laptops equipped with OLED displays. The world’s first 3D OLED laptops launched at CES were the ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED and Vivobook Pro 16 3D OLED aimed at designers, content creators, architects and other creative professionals, as well as those seeking high-end laptop entertainment such as gamers or movie buffs.

ASUS ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED.

To deliver the 3D image effect, ASUS uses lenticular-based autostereoscopic technology – a display method that shows the viewer a different set of pixels to the left and right eye simultaneously.

Working in coordination with the lens layer embedded into the OLED display, an eye-tracking camera on top of the laptop detects eye position and optimises the images projected. With this technology, users can easily switch between 2D and 3D views.

ASUS Vivobook Pro 16X 3D OLED.

ASUS Spatial Vision Technology works in tandem with the laptop’s OLED image that delivers true blacks, combined with Harman Kardon-certified speakers.

Local pricing and availability is yet to be determined.