Seoul, Oct 26 (IANS) Samsung Electronics and Stanford University have announced to develop the industry-leading 10,000 pixels per inch (PPI) OLED display.
The new OLED displays would be ideal for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), creating a virtually ‘flawless’ image “where one can’t see the screen door effect or even individual pixels”, reports Engadget.
The incredible display of the new 10,000PPI Display uses white OLED “film” or filters to emit light on two layers.
The white light would reflect on a silver film, then to a “metasurface” that is less than one wavelength apart.
Most smartphones getting launched these days, including the premium ones, offer a pixel density of around 400 to 500 PPIs, which is less than one per cent of what Samsung and Stanford have developed.
On the other hand, modern OLED televisions only have 100 to 200 PPI capabilities on its systems, using colour filters to amplify or replicate the many tones displayed on pictures or videos.