Nanoresonators Create Ultra-High-Res Displays
TuurlijkNiet writes with this excerpt from Linux for Devices:
“Eat your heart out, ‘Retina display.’ A new technology unveiled yesterday will allow creating pixels eight times smaller than the ones on Apple’s iPhone 4, eliminate the need for polarizer layers, and allow screens to make much more efficient use of available light, say University of Michigan researchers. … The pixels in the nanoresonator displays are about ten times smaller than those on a typical computer screen, and about eight times smaller than the pixels on the iPhone 4, which are about 78 microns, according to Guo. Such pixel densities could make the technology useful in projection displays, as well as wearable, bendable or extremely compact displays, according to the researchers.”
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