Fatima Ait Taleb – Dubai – Engineers from Stanford University and Samsung have been working on an interesting project for some time and say they are ready to present it to the world. This project is a screen that includes the highest pixel density in the world, with a pixel density of 10,000 pixels per inch.
This technology is based on ultra-thin solar panels that create an entirely new architecture for OLED displays. In theory, this technology could be used in televisions, smartphone screens, and virtual reality helmets, but it would be especially useful in virtual reality helmets because it would eliminate the so-called screen door impingement.
This effect can be seen in all of the virtual reality helmets available on the market today. You can see the gap between each pixel and pixel because your eyes are only a centimeter away from the screen. And there are currently no high-pixel screens to fill the gap.
However, the new OLED architecture relies on a film film to emit white light. There is a single silver layer paired with a coat made of reflective metal to alter the reflective properties and allow specific colors to appear. As a result, you get a screen with high pixel density without sacrificing brightness.
However, even if Samsung manages to offer consumers such a screen, they may face computing power issues. There are a lot of pixels to deal with and we still have to figure out if the current gear will be up to the task or not.
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