Coming in the new year, the glasses-free 3D screen called the Lenovo Thinkvision P27h-30. February 2024 is pencilled in. The monitor’s proprietary eye-tracking cameras nudge the lenticular lenses in the monitor, to seamlessly maintain a 3D view for one user.
I wonder what sort of depth you’ll get with that? Will it be like a ‘3D software viewport, seen in deep real-time 3D’? Or shallow, more like those lenticular 3D panels you see on the side of children’s lunchboxes?
The first model to launch, it seems, will be the 27″ one. At 1920 × 2160px. You’ll sit back at the sticker price ($3,000), and also when you see the actual monitor. Apparently the effect only works for a user with eyes at 24″ to 39″ from the screen. I’m used to having my eyes about 17″ from the monitor.