Samsung To Reveal UHD Display Primed For VR Today


It’s going to be years until display resolutions are clear
enough for VR to look like real life, but we’re inching ever
forward. It looks like Samsung might be announcing the next
step in that journey today.

Reports from Yonhap News and
The Korean Herald
state that Samsung is expected to reveal a new 1.96 inch UHD
3840×2160 display at the Society for Information Display 2017
event in Los Angeles. The screen reportedly featured 2250
pixels-per-inch and is designed for VR. Perhaps we could see
two of these panels placed inside future headsets from Samsung
or Oculus, which has partnered with the company to create the
Gear VR.

For comparison Samsung’s latest smartphone, the Galaxy S8,
features a 2960×1440 display. Bumping up to 4K will make images
inside VR clearer, as the lines between pixels that are
magnified when looking through the lenses of a VR headset will
appear even smaller. Don’t expect them to be completely
removed, but could still be a big step forward.

That said their implementation in any such VR headset is likely
some ways off. There have been multiple reports of Samsung
making its own standalone VR headset recently, but we haven’t
seen anything yet. The Oculus Rift, meanwhile, isn’t expected
to get an upgrade any time soon.

A report from Yonhap News also states that the electronics
giant is see to reveal a new…

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