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ELF-SR2 Spatial Reality Display

27-inch display for precision spatial images for an immersive and intuitive 3D experience.

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Expand your horizons with natural 3D spatial images

The ELF-SR2 opens up new possibilities for creating and displaying 3D content in a professional setting with its innovative technology and adaptable design.

Incomparable 3D spatial images

3D images have never felt so realistic. Feel like your 3D content is in the room with you on a 27-inch display. High-precision spatial images and high-speed processing make the experience immersive and intuitive.

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Close-up photo of user at a desk looking at a car design of the SR2 display.

Bigger 3D display

Experience real and natural 3D spatial images for a wide variety of applications on the ELF-SR2’s large-screen 27″ display.

Super resolution

Sony’s super-resolution algorithm is based on the high picture quality data accumulated for our BRAVIA displays to ensure reduced GPU load, boost image quality, and display fine details more accurately by correcting color moire.

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Ultra-wide color gamut

Be immersed in faithful color reproduction for content display and creation with a wide-color display, supporting approximately 100% of the Adobe RGB color gamut. The ELF-SR2 ensures precise and accurate color reproduction for critical professional creative work.

New high-speed vision sensor

Sony’s proprietary second-generation high-speed vision sensor improves face recognition and tracking performance. This enables accurate eye recognition in low-light conditions. In addition, the CPU load has been reduced.

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Wide-angle viewing

Enjoy 3D images from varying viewing positions with our new high-speed vision sensor.

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Designed for professional needs

Create and view 3D spatial image content in any professional setting. With innovative technology and specialty apps, it is designed for professional content creation and specialized sectors. It also combines with other tools thanks to diverse plugins and an SDK.

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Spatial Reality Display App Select

Discover a range of exclusive applications and stay updated with the latest information.

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Spatial Reality Display Developer Site

Download the latest SDK, explore case studies, and learn valuable tips for application development.

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Specialty apps

Diverse apps support highly specialized content, such as medical or architectural data.

Spatial Reality Display Plugin for Preview

Our plugin application that will allow you to preview your 3D computer graphics (3DCG) creations in 3D spatial reality using Digital Content Creation (DCC) tools. Enhancing production accuracy and efficiency throughout the creative process, with seamless operation directly from your preferred DCC tool.*1

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More application development options

No matter which Digital Content Creation (DCC) tool you use to develop your content, you can easily combine it with the Spatial Reality Display thanks to multi-platform support and compatibility*2

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Spatial Reality Display player

The Spatial Reality Display player enables easy visualization of 3DCG. It facilitates content review and is versatile for exhibitions and presentations, featuring a demo mode. The player supports various file formats, including FBX, OBJ, GLTF, and STL.

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Spatial Reality Display and mocopi

Our Spatial Reality Displays work with the mocopi portable motion capture full-body tracking system to let you create virtual avatars and view them in 3D without special glasses.

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Adaptable to your environment

ELF-SR2 can be easily adaptable to any environment and for any purpose at low cost. It adapts to your needs with flexible compatibility with a wide selection of PCs and stands. In addition, our unique feature viewer switching function allows two people to take turns smoothly to view the 3D spatial images.

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Front and side views of SR2 display.

Flexible implementation

Reduced GPU and CPU load means you can use a variety of PCs, depending on the environment and purpose. Enjoy low-cost and easy implementation in your workflow.

VESA Mount Compatible

Thanks to compatibility with the VESA standard, ELF-SR2 can be used in various applications and environments. This allows for versatile mounting options, such as using a monitor arm to adjust the angle according to the purpose, setting it up in wall-mount mode to achieve a vertical orientation, or even mounting it directly onto a wall.

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Viewer switching for a collaborative 3D viewing experience

The ELF-SR2 allows for seamless switching of viewers. Two individuals positioned in front of the screen can alternate viewing the optimal 3D spatial images for each of them without the need to change seats. It enables a smooth viewing experience while engaging in conversation during business negotiations and presentations.

*To utilize the viewer switching function, firmware version 1.20.00 or higher is required.

*The latest firmware can be downloaded from the Spatial Reality Display Developer Site. For more information, please refer to the following website.

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SRD-ELF2 screen with view switched to customer’s face.

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Uses cushioning material with ZERO polystyrene foam

We have adopted a paper-based corrugated cardboard and molded pulp cushioning material for this product.

As a result, we have reduced the use of expanded polystyrene foam, a commonly used plastic material, to zero1. We are carrying out environmentally-friendly initiatives.

Polystyrene foam included as cushioning material in individual product packages.

Case Studies

Discover how content creators, game designers and medical professionals are using Spatial Reality Display.

3D imaging with Spatial Reality Display.
Singular Health Group

Ideal for review, collaboration, and patient education with the Spatial Reality Display.

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LA-based visual experiences creator uses Sony’s groundbreaking Spatial Reality Display to help design thrilling AR-assisted live show.

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National Museum of Western Art

Sony ELF-SR2 Spatial Reality Displays allow museum guests to explore an interactive virtual 3D model of the culturally significant building.

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Nissan Motor Co Ltd

Nissan’s Motor Global Design Center test drives Sony Spatial Reality Display.

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Digital Nation Entertainment

Spatial Reality Display, a game-changer with simple integration and superb benefits.

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SHoP Architects

Architects develop smartphone app to help clients experience their designs on Spatial Reality Display.

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WhiteMoon Dreams

Game studio discovers better ways to evaluate 3D characters, creatures, textures, lighting, colors, and effects with SRD.

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Theta Labs

Sony Electronics Inc. and Theta Labs launch Web3 Metaverse NFTs in 3D viewable on Sony’s Spatial Reality Display. 

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Cooperative Innovations

Immersive technology studio and creative agency Ralph create an interactive, 3D music video with artist Tate McRae.

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Viewtify solution transforms a series of medical images into a 3D shape that doctors can examine in real-time.

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Helping dentists and patients visualize outcomes before treatment with Sony Spatial Reality Display. 

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American University

Honing 3D storytelling skills with the help of Sony’s Spatial Reality Display at American University and showcasing projects at Cannes.

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