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10000ppi: Samsung and Stanford jointly developed the most sophisticated OLED display

via:驱动之家     time:2020/10/26 8:00:41     readed:118

In April this year, Samsung announced the development of a sensor product with 600 million pixels, which directly exceeded the limit of the human eye (about 500 million pixels). And for the human eye to please, Samsung continues, this time is the display department.

According to IEEE,Samsung and Stanford have worked together to develop a OLED display technology PPI 10,000 fineness.

What is the concept of 10000 PPI?

That's 21 times more than the so-called hyper retinal XDR display (460ppi) of the iPhone 12 pro, and for many users, the iPhone 12 screen has made it hard to detect the grainy sense.

According to the introduction, the new OLED technology uses thin films to emit white light between the reflective layers, one layer is silver, the other layer is made of reflective metal with nano ripples. This is

Looks like 10000 PPI will be ideal display material for VR or even AR equipment, we just need to wait for the finished product to go on the market.

10000PPI:三星、斯坦福联合开发出迄今最精细OLED显示屏

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