Acer has refreshed the Aspire V Nitro with a 3D camera that you can use as a motion tracker as well as depth sensor. The Real Sense camera is from Intel and Mobile Geeks has been following this technology from concept so it’s especially exciting to see it in shipping products.
Acer is back in the game with their new RealSense 3D camera that will be featured on the new Aspire V 17 Nitro notebooks. There won’t be any need for touching the keyboard or mouse due to the RealSense 3D camera being able to understand and respond to any natural movements in three dimensions. This includes 3D scanning, 3D model generating, and 3D scaling on a 3D printer or sharing on social media.
There are literally so many 3D gadgets out there, but the Acer’s RealSense camera is different. It uses an infrared camera and an infrared laser projector, creating a touch-free interface that responds to head and hand motions and even facial expressions. The 3DMe enables 3D scanning on the V Nitro. The software allows users to watch and personalize their 3D characters by using the RealSense 3D camera to preview them.
The Acer V 17 Nitro notebooks will include Acer DustDefender to keep to keep the notebook from overheating and maintain its stellar performance. It has a 17.3 inch Full HD display powered by 4th Generation Intel Core 17-4710 HQ Quad Core processor with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics card that has up to 4GB DDR5 VRAM for high-end performance and smooth gameplay.
There are also built-in speakers – Dolby Digital Plus Home Theater – for crushing surround sound when gaming or watching a movie. Customers can choose between a Blue-ray disc drive or an 8X DVD Multi Double Layer Drive.
The Acer Aspire V 17 notebooks that are featured with the RealSense 3D camera will be available worldwide this January.