I’m sure, almost everyone of you must have experienced 3D movies. Its a different and wonderful experience to see the objects on the screen not only moving but also coming to you or going away from you. It feels more realistic and natural… until glasses on your eyes reminds you that its a 3D movie and not a real event happening in front of you.
Toshiba just unveiled Qosmio F750-10Q 3D laptops. The model packs lot of powerful features like 15.6-inch screen, 2GHz, quad-core Intel Core i7-2630QM processor with 6GB of RAM. There’s also a meaty Nvidia GeForce GT 540M GPU inside. Though it has pretty good hardware specs, special thing about Qosmio F750-10Q is you can view 3D picture without wearing uncomfortable glasses.
Rather than using active-shutter glasses, which show different images to your left and right eyes to achieve a 3D effect, the F750-10Q tracks your eyes’ position using the webcam, and then sends two different images to each eyeball simultaneously. It’s also capable of displaying 2D content at the same time as 3D — you can be working on a normal document and have a 3D video open in a separate window.
Though the eye tracking system works smoothly, it also brings major drawback. Only one person can enjoy 3D at a time. You need to keep your head steady or double image would appear momentarily until camera again locks down on new position of your eyes.
Toshiba F750-10Q price is £1300 or $2100.