Samsung and Stanford University Are Preparing Advanced VR Headsets

Everybody likes Virtual Reality, but not everyone can afford it. And there are still a lot of people unsatisfied with the actual level from the field. We can’t blame them, however, as there’s always room for improvements when it comes to technology. Not to mention that the standards keep growing from one day to another in all areas.

But Samsung and Stanford are joining forces to provide an OLED display that packs resolutions of a maximum of 10,000 pixels per inch (ppi). Such a milestone would pave the way to an even more ambitious scenario: developing advanced forms of virtual and augmented reality technologies.

True-to-life details

This is what we can expect from the OLED displays with huge densities, as they should have better color accuracy and a lot more. Any photo would look tremendously better on such a screen!

There are currently two types of OLED displays available in stores, and Samsung plans to offer an alternative together with Stanford University.

Powerful gadgets ahead

Samsung continues to have ambitious plans for the near future. The South Korean giant will bring in 2021 either the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30 model. Whatever its name will be, we’re talking about the successor to the Galaxy S20 model that was released this year in March. The gadget stands out for its 64MP main camera setup, the up to 8K video recording quality, the IP68 water resistance, the Dynamic AMOLED display of 6.2 inches, and so on. We also have to mention the 8GB of RAM, the Exynos 990 processor, the 4K video recording for the front camera that’s also capable of taking pictures in the 4K format, and the list can continue.

We’re eagerly waiting to see what the partnership between Samsung and Stanford will lead to, as Virtual Reality is surely one field worth exploring.

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