JDI started production of displays for VR devices with pixel density of more than 1000 PPI

JDI начала выпуск дисплеев для VR-устройств с пиксельной плотностью более 1000 PPI

The company Japan Display (JDI) announced the start of mass production of high resolution screens designed for use in wearable devices, virtual reality (VR).

The display, made on technology LTPS TFT-LCD, having a size of 2.1 inches. The resolution is 1600 × 1600 pixels and a pixel density reaches 1058 PPI – points per inch.

Shape of the screens provides for a bevel in the lower part and a special “optical design”: it is claimed, will facilitate the integration of displays in gadgets such as, say, thin and lightweight virtual reality glasses.

The claimed brightness level of 430 CD/m 2, and the refresh rate is 120 Hz. Response time does not exceed 4.5 MS mode gray-to-gray.

It is expected that soon VR gadgets based on the new displays will appear on the commercial market. Moreover, JDI notes that the previously demonstrated devices based on the latest displays. However, about which products in question are not specified.

JDI начала выпуск дисплеев для VR-устройств с пиксельной плотностью более 1000 PPI

JDI начала выпуск дисплеев для VR-устройств с пиксельной плотностью более 1000 PPI

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