Designed specifically for use in glasses or virtual reality helmets, the company has incorporated its latest LTPS TFT LCD technology to improve the refresh rate of the screen and, mainly, remove visible separation lines between the pixels.
LTPS TFT LCD technology with which Japan Display (JDI) has developed its new panel, 3.42 "for virtual reality devices, visual problems solves the annoying pixel density and refresh rate, as it provides 651 dpi, virtually eliminating visible lines between separation pixels and a resolution of 1,440 × 1.700p (see attached images).
So far, the best known market virtual reality, as HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR devices, to name a few, using panels with a pixel density ranging from 386, 461 to 447ppp, respectively, the statement facilitated by JDI, and has only exceeded the bar of 500 dpi the Samsung Gear VR device that has a screen with 557 ppi.
The new panel JDI for virtual reality devices matches the refresh rate of 90 Hz with which already have some goggles and helmets to reduce blur and avoid dizziness, with a response time of 3 ms latency from black to 1: white and 6 ms in the worst cases, according to data provided by the company, to which a brightness of 150 cd / m2 and a contrast ratio of 700 is added.
Japan Display provides short term to develop a version of 800 dpi, a somewhat lower density than announced in the prototype Sharp (close to 1,000 dpi), for further enhances the viewing experience of users.
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