At the Fujitsu Forum in Tokyo, Fujitsu is exhibiting its new all-in-one PC with 3D capability. The AIO PC is capable to display 3D content on its screen and also convert live images into three-dimension. The two demo units showcased one playing golf video while the another one captured a live image from the PC’s integrated dual webcam. The two cameras above the display help the PC to create the illusion of 3D.
Fujitsu’s 3D PC will support passive 3D tech with polarized lenses and doesn’t require batteries as in case of active shutter tech, used by most new 3D TVs. Fujitsu will also provide a software for users to video chat in 3D provided both the users boast same PC configuration.
The launch date is unknown but it will be Fujitsu’s flagship model whenever they’ll launch it in Japan.