Nvidia demonstrates 1700Hz-screen virtual reality




Nvidia has demonstrated a display that would provide a refresh rate of 1700Hz. The manufacturer calls it a prototype zero latency display that stable image on can display judder in particular, virtual reality applications.

During his GTC 2016 event Nvidia showed a video screen on which the logo and the name Nvidia showed. The screen was mounted on a rail system and could therefore quickly shaking back and forth. However, the image remained stable in the middle. Probably it is a OLED display.

According to the vice president of Nvidia Graphics Research, David Luebke, came to the high refresh rate of the screen. That would 1700Hz with about twenty times higher than those currently in VR goggles would be the case. A 90Hz screen shows every 11 milliseconds an image while a 1700Hz version does every 0.58 milliseconds, writes Road to VR. The screens of both the HTC Vive as the Oculus Rift offer a refresh rate of 90Hz.


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