Apple's VR glasses plan continues
Apple's VR glasses plan continues

Apple's VR headset program continues and is supposed to test a display panel with a pixel density of 3,000dpi.

Traditional OLED panels have a maximum density of 600dpi, as the company previously used the term retina to describe screens with a density of 227dpi.

The company is believed to be developing two different helmets. The long-term plan is to bring Apple glasses to market, a wearable device similar to traditional eyeglasses. But thanks to the integrated display, notifications and augmented reality content, such as street-mounted arrows, are used to show the way to Apple Maps.

Apple glasses aren't expected until next year at the earliest, and many people expect them to come later.

Before that, however, we expect the first generation of headphones with VR and AR functionality.

It is expected to be completed in the second quarter of next year and the price will range from 1,000 to several thousand yuan. One possibility is that it targets developers and other professionals more than consumers.

The company first used the term Retina display for the iPhone 4, which has a pixel density of 326 ppi.

Steve Jobs said the pixels are too small to be seen with the naked eye at normal viewing distances on a 12-inch phone.

Other Retina displays have different pixel densities, the lowest being the first generation MacBook Pro with a pixel density of 227 pixels per inch.

Apple has a 3000 ppi screen. tested

The higher the viewing distance, the more difficult it is to see a single pixel. So posters work with a pixel density of 10dpi. If you look closely, it is easy to see the points.

However, the closer your eyes are to the screen, the higher the pixel density needed to ensure that no single pixel is recognized.

So it makes sense that Apple is considering using very dense screens for its VR headsets and Apple glasses.

A new report says the company has ordered a sample FMM for use in virtual reality that will be applied to ultra-high-density displays made with new technology from APS Holdings.

South Korean company APS Holdings is currently developing more dense displays. The goal is to achieve 4,000 stitches per inch by 2024.

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