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Full HD On A 4.8″ Screen- Check It Out

Samsung and LG are working in consortium to pack extra pixels into tablet-sized screens for a very high-density pixel ratio. Last year, Ortus Technologies demonstrated a 4.8-inch Full HD LCD that was able to manage a 1920 x 1080 458ppi into a panel that provided images far sharper than iPhone 4’s Retina Display. Ortus Technologies is back to show us the upgraded display in 3D.

The new display uses an Arisawa Xpol polarizer film that splits the image into a set of left eye images and a set of right eye images. The viewer gives up some vertical resolution in exchange for the 3D, bringing the resolution down to 1920 x 540 with Xpol angles entering every other line for each eye.

The display boasts 16.8 million colors and has a 160 degree viewing angle with a 72% NTSC color gamut coverage. Take a look at the video below to see this beautiful 3D display in action. It is a truly amazing display when you can’t even see the pixels on the screen, no matter the viewing distance. Can you imagine how much success a display like this could give phones, tablets, and notebooks? A display like this would render every current tablet that is now on the market, useless. Kind of like if an In N’ Out pops up right next to a McDonalds that only sells burgers, it’s not likely that anyone will ever visit that McDonalds again.


Photo Courtesy of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center
Photo Courtesy of NIN