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Separating the lens assembly reveals the custom, non-Note, larger-than-lens-aperture display! These OLEDs measure in at 90 mm apiece, for a resulting pixel density of ~456 ppi. In contrast, the display on an iPhone 6s Plus comes in at 401 ppi, while the Galaxy S7 is a cut above at 576 ppi. Given that pixel density, an average user would need to be 8 inches from the display for the pixels to become indistinguishable. The Rift's fancy optics make the display look much farther away to the user—but also much bigger, surrounding you with pixels.
  • Separating the lens assembly reveals the custom, non-Note, larger-than-lens-aperture display!

  • These OLEDs measure in at 90 mm apiece, for a resulting pixel density of ~456 ppi. In contrast, the display on an iPhone 6s Plus comes in at 401 ppi, while the Galaxy S7 is a cut above at 576 ppi.

  • Given that pixel density, an average user would need to be 8 inches from the display for the pixels to become indistinguishable. The Rift's fancy optics make the display look much farther away to the user—but also much bigger, surrounding you with pixels.

  • So for now at least, individual pixels are still very much visible, or ''indivisual," a technical term that we just made up.

Beim Auseinanderbauen kommen die Displays zum Vorschein!

Die OLED Displays sind pro Stück 90 mm breit mit einer Dichte von ~456 ppi. Zum Vergleich haben die Displays des iPhone 6s Plus hat 401 ppi und das Galaxy S7 hatt knapp über 576 ppi.

Eigentlich müsste der Nutzer ca. 20 cm vom Display entfernt sein, um die einzelnen Pixel nicht mehr erkennen zu können. Die Linsen des Rift führen dazu, dass das Display viel weiter entfernt und viel größer scheint.

Bisher erkennt man die einzelnen Pixel also noch.

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