Immediately, amongst many other issues, Samsung additionally unveiled a model new display screen for XR headsets, which encompasses a very fascinating expertise: OLEDoS, or OLED on Silicon. That is apparently the world’s first OLEDoS show with an RGB sub-pixel construction. It is created by making use of natural supplies onto a silicon wafer.
It is 1.03″ in diagonal, and sq., and the corporate guarantees it has a whopping 3,500 ppi. Whereas Samsung hasn’t talked about the decision, some fast math exhibits it to be about 2,550 x 2,550. XR headsets would in fact use two of those, one per every eye.
As this does not want a separate mild supply, being OLED and all, Samsung guarantees true to life visuals. Sadly the corporate has stayed mum on the show’s refresh price. Some speculate it is 90 Hz, however with out something official, that is simply what it’s – hypothesis.
The display screen is created by eMagin, a US-based OLEDoS show maker that Samsung acquired just a few months in the past. eMagin focuses on making helmets and night time imaginative and prescient goggles for army use, and people additionally use OLEDoS panels like this one.
Samsung saying a brand new show normally means Samsung will later make use of it in at the least one among its merchandise, so this makes us assume a Samsung XR headset is on the best way. That, in fact, can be something however stunning contemplating that Apple’s within the recreation now with its Vision Pro headset that may begin shipping on February 2.
Given Qualcomm’s announcement just a few days in the past of the Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 2 chipset for XR headsets, it stands to cause that it will likely be powering Samsung’s machine, which might run a particular model of Android designed by Google particularly for XR headsets.