Acer has introduced the SpatialLabs Eyes Stereo Camera, a new 3D camera designed to capture and view stereoscopic images in immersive 3D. This device integrates seamlessly with Acer’s SpatialLabs suite, enhancing real-time streaming, storytelling, and video calling capabilities on platforms like Teams, Zoom, and Google Meet. Priced at $549 in North America and EUR 549 in EMEA, the camera will be available in Q3 2024.

Key features of the SpatialLabs Eyes Stereo Camera include 8-megapixel resolution per eye, a built-in selfie mirror, weatherproof exterior, and advanced optical systems with auto and touch focus, Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS), and manual mode for experienced photographers. The camera’s design has received the 2024 RedDot and iF Design Awards for its innovation and usability.

The SpatialLabs Eyes Stereo Camera also supports real-time 3D streaming via Acer’s new SpatialLabs Player 3.0 and enables high-resolution 3D video conferencing with customizable depth features.

Users can review their 3D content on various devices, including Acer SpatialLabs laptops, VR/AR headsets, and 3D projectors, with a downloadable gallery feature for revisiting 3D portfolios.

Acer has expanded its developer tools for 3D content creation with new plug-ins for Unreal 5.3 and Unity 2021.3 LTS and 2022.3 LTS, along with the SpatialLabs Model Viewer Pro application.

This application enhances 3D workflows with features such as a virtual turntable, logo overlays, customizable backgrounds, and HDRI support, making it ideal for professional presentations and 3D installations.

Jerry Kao, COO of Acer Inc., highlighted the company’s aim to empower users to capture the world in stunning stereoscopic 3D, completing Acer’s stereoscopic 3D portfolio. For more details, visit the SpatialLabs developer site or contact your nearest Acer office via

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