Over the past few years, we have seen many OEMs showing their interest in Virtual Reality technology. Though it is not yet developed much, we are seeing some positive outcomes from few OEMs. One of them is the search giant company Google. We have seen that Google is trying a lot in VR technology from past few years, and they are already developed much more as compared to many other OEMs. Now today we got to know something interesting in regards to same technology. So let’s have a look.
The latest report says that Google, along with LG, will launch VR headset which will have a 4.3” OLED display with 18MP resolution, which translates to a huge 5657×3182 resolution. Now this is something very interesting because as of now we don’t even have 4K VR headsets, and Google is directly jumping above 4K. This display has a humongous PPI of 1443 , highest we have seen so far. This display is set to 16:9 aspect ratio. This is a specially designed display purposefully for VR experience. This display will have a refresh rate of 120 Hz, highest till date for VR headsets and higher than the required refresh rate i.e. 90 Hz. Google will use some new techniques to keep the eyes calm even after experiencing the VR for too long. This VR headset is expected to launch on 22nd May, so let’s see whether Google is ready with this large resolution display or not.
So that’s all the information we have as of now. Well to fully utilize this VR headset, creators will need to create content in 18MP resolution, and it will surely require a super powered system to render the content. But with the time, they can achieve this target too. Well, what are your thoughts on this new display? Do let us know in the comments below. Also, stay tuned with us for more information.