The Japanese company Semiconductor Energy Laboratory (SEL) has developed an OLED panel with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, the same one used by Samsung’s new flagship, the Galaxy Note 4, but in a size of just 2.8″. This type of technology is vital for future virtual reality devices with increasing resolutions.
The screen density by introducing so much resolution in so little space is no less than 1058 pixels per inch, which doubles the density of the Note 4, the device chosen for the Samsung Gear VR that will go on sale in a few weeks. If those who have tested this device affirm that the reduction of the grid effect is spectacular, a future screen that doubles the density like the one we are dealing with would be a gigantic step forward in the search for a natural, vivid and pixel-free image. It seems that during the first years of life of the domestic virtual reality we are going to live huge technological leaps generation after generation, and it seems to us that time does not advance as fast as we would like, right?