Apple Retina Displays Are So Last Year, My Dear...
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."
Wanna See 3D VR Movies? Fly Qantas!
Samsung Electronics Australia has partnered up with Qantas Airlines to give the very first in-flight offering of stereoscopic VR entertainment. The Australian airline is currently in the middle of a three-month testing phase, which uses Samsung Gear VR and Galaxy Note 4 combo to give first class customers a chance to sample what could be their first interaction with virtual reality.
"VR Future is Bright"
We are not alone thinking that 2015 will be the year of 3D stereoscopic virutal reality (VR). The sentence "VR Future is Bright" is from Oculus VR CTO John Carmack, as related in a January 2015 Fortune paper.
Philips Launches a new 27" G-Sync 3D Monitor
Philips didn't found a sexier name than 272G5DYEB for its new 27 inches 3D monitor, which is G-Sync capable to please gamers looking for the shortest possible refresh times. Full HD 3D resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) is offered as well as a 144 Hz refresh rate.