This laptop can display 3-D content without requiring the user to wear special glasses. The computer’s Web camera tracks the location of the user’s face, and then the surface of the display is polar- ized accordingly to deliver separate images to each eye. Regions of the screen where no 3-D content is playing are left unpolarized.
Product: Qosmio Notebook
Availability: End of 2011
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