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Google To Reveal ‘World’s Highest Resolution OLED-On-Glass Display’ For VR Headsets

An anonymous reader writes: Last year at SID Display Week 2017, Google’s VP of VR/AR teased a “secret project” that the company was working on — a VR-optimized OLED panel capable of 20 megapixels per eye — which was being undertaken with “one of the leading OLED manufacturers.” This year, the schedule for SID Display Week 2018 indicates that Google plans to reveal its made-for-VR panel on May 22nd, which it calls the “world’s highest resolution (18 megapixel, 1443 ppi) OLED-on-glass display.” The company plans to detail the display in a presentation at the event, which will be co-presented with engineers from LG, suggesting the identity of the second partner on the project. Ideal for VR, the 4.3-inch panel is capable of 120Hz refresh rate and is expected to have a resolution of some 5,500 by 3,000, representing a massive leap over today’s leading VR panels which offer 1,600 by 1,440 resolutions at 90Hz.


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