Japan Display Inc. (JDI) has launched mass production of a 2.1" 1058 ppi LTPS TFT-LCD, which is used solely for virtual reality head-mounted displays (VR-HMD).
VR-HMDs demand natural and precise image reproduction, so JDI has developed a technology that achieves a resolution that surpasses 1,000 ppi and reduces both image blurring and latency. The new 2.1" 1058 ppi LTPS TFT-LCD employs a special optical design to make glasses-type VR HMDs (VR glasses) thinner and lighter, while it also increases the flexibility for set design by coming in corner-cut shapes. This display is used in VR glasses that have already been introduced to the market.
|1058ppi LTPS TFT-LCD|
|LCD mode||IPS designed for VR|
|Response time||4.5msec (gray-to-gray, worst case)|
|Backlight method||Global blinking|