According to Pr. Shin-Tson Wu from University of Central Florida’s College of Optics and Photonics, "Today’s Apple Retina displays have a resolution density of about 500 pixels per inch, but with our new technology, a resolution density of 1500 pixels per inch could be achieved on the same sized screen. This is especially attractive for VR (virtual reality) headsets or AR (augmented reality) technology, which must achieve high resolution in a small screen to look sharp when placed close to our eyes."
On Monday 30 January 2017, a selection of thirty-one 3D films were showcased at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport hotel near San Francisco as part of the 28th annual Stereoscopic Displays and Applications (SD&A) conference 3D Theater Session. The judges were: Dan Sandin, Eric Kurland, Chris Ward.
Best-of-Show Live-Action Award: “From Great Depths 3D – Witnessing the Wrecks of HMAS Sydney II and HSK Kormoran”
Best-of-Show Animation Award: “Chrysalis" (poster here under)
"Panes" is the name of a new family of small apps running on the $590 Shima AR glasses from Laforge Optical. Video presentation here under.
The PS4 version 4.50 system update will enable watching stereoscopic 3D Blu-rays directly through PlayStation VR, transforming it into a personal 3D Blu-ray player. As the Playstation announcement says:
Grab some popcorn and enjoy !