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VR headsets not sharp enough for you? 10,000 PPI OLED screen tech revealed


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Now, Samsung and Stanford researchers have created an OLED display with a pixel density of roughly 10,000 PPI (h/t: IEEE Spectrum). In other words, even a 6-inch display with 32K resolution (30,720 x 17,280) wouldn’t match up, topping out at nearly 6,000 PPI.

The researchers used an OLED film to beam out white light to two reflective layers, with one being a silver film and the other being a “metasurface.” This metasurface features a “forest of microscopic pillars,” which serve as pixels measuring 2.4 microns in size.




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