Asus Landed with Glasses-free 3D Display-Based Laptops: CES 2023

Asus stole the show when it unveiled the ProArt Studiobook 16 with a 3D display today, at the the start of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas

Kapish Khajuria
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Asus stole the show when it unveiled the ProArt Studiobook 16 with a 3D display today, at the start of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas


The notebook, according to the Taiwanese PC giant, is made to provide a 3D experience without the need for glasses, opening up new applications for professionals. The Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition of its rival, Acer, is doing the same thing.

Glass-free 3D Technology

At the end of the 2010s, glasses-free 3D monitors and televisions were in vogue. However, their low resolution panels and lack of use cases made it difficult for them to gain widespread acceptance. Later on, manufacturers made prototypes and concepts of glasses-free 3D displays but never produced them for sale.


Nintendo has made the most successful attempt to mainstream a 3D display that does not require glasses. The top screen of its portable game console, the 3DS, featured effects in three dimensions. The system had two displays.

The 3DS's technology used a display layer called a parallax barrier to filter two images. The angle of the image, which reached customers' eyes to create a three-dimensional image, was basically controlled by this barrier. In addition, the device had cameras that automatically adjusted the image based on the user's eyes.

Asus ProArt Studiobook 16


Asus creates a 3D effect by utilizing its Spatial Vision technology and an eye-tracking camera to promise eye-popping images. The idea is the same as what Nintendo did with the 3DS, but the resolution and computing power are different.

A 16-inch 3D OLED 120Hz panel with a resolution of 3200 x 2000 is used in the ProArt Studiobook 16. A software method for converting full-screen 2D content into stereophonic 3D content is also included.

The new Studiobook 16 is being promoted by Asus to creators who can now use existing assets to create stereophonic 3D content. Even though Asus did not specify which games are supported, 3D gaming is another major reason to purchase the glasses-free 3D laptop.


The ProArt Studiobook 16 has the Intel 13th Gen Core HX, the next-generation Nvidia RTX GPU, up to 8TB PCLe 4.0 SSD storage with two upgradeable M.2 slots, up to 64GB DDR5 4,800Mhz memory with two upgradeable SO-DIMM slots, and a physical dial for controlling applications. Windows 11, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, and HDMI 2.1 are also included.

The laptop's price and availability have not been made public by Asus. However, based on its features and specifications, its price will be high.


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