Recently, Taiwan's display design company INT (Innovation) announced that it is developing an AMOLED display designed specifically for VR head display. The PPI of this screen is as high as 2228. INT said that the AMOLEDs it developed cost less and can be made larger, resulting in a significant increase in FOV.
Because INT does not specify the size of the panel, it is not yet known what VR hardware it fits into. However, considering that the company stated that it can produce in a larger size, this product is likely to be a smaller display.
Currently, the leading pixel density in the market is Samsung Odyssey and HTC Vive Pro, both of which are 615 ppi. Therefore, the new INT display should be approximately 390% higher than the Rift and approximately 260% higher than the Samsung Odyssey. It is reported that INT will display this display on the SID opened on May 22.
With ultra-high data transfer rate exceeding 100 times that of current 4G, 5G will promote the development of VR and AR equipment. INT Tech stated that their proprietary UHPD (Ultra High Pixel Density Display) technology will be a catalyst for these breakthroughs.
At present, the virtual reality experience is limited by inherent display obstacles, such as screen window effect, visual convergence adjustment conflict, and small field of view. Dr. Zhu Ketai, the founder of INT, and his team successfully manufactured the first 2228 ppi AMOLED display on a glass substrate. They point out that this product, when combined with the light field technology method, can greatly ease the screen window effect and the screen door effect and visual convergence adjustment conflict. Compared to current silicon-based high-ppi display solutions, glass-based displays are more affordable and can support larger sizes, thereby significantly improving the field of view.
According to OLEDindustry, Zhu Ketai had been to AUO and Tung Po, and went to China to assist the Shanghai government in investing in Hefei Optoelectronics in 2012. Zhu Ketai, the former general manager of China's first AMOLED panel production, was quietly returned to Taiwan in early 2016. Wang is a technology company focused on R&D cutting-edge technology. .
This time, Zhuktai no longer builds factories. He hopes to use Knowhow, which has accumulated in the AMOLED industry, to start from the flexible panel field, and calls on Taiwan's panel industry, the upper, middle, and lower reaches of the ATeam platform to work together to identify the Taiwanese industry in a gangship manner. A living path, attacking up to NT$4 trillion in flexible electronic application business opportunities.