Sharp shows 2.87 “screen with 1920×2160 pixels for virtual reality




Sharp has an IGZO screen of 2.87 “to display a pixel density of 1008ppi during Ceatec exhibition in Japan. Two screens next to each other can display 4K image for use in VR glasses. Sharp also showed a smartphone screen with thin bezels and curved edges.

Sharp shows a 2.87 square “screen and round a variant with a lens to make during the fair in Japan. The Japanese Watch joined the manufacturer along . The pixel density of 1008ppi is higher than that of, for example, the Sony the 4k-screen Z5 Premium: the 5.5 “screen of Japan Display with its 3840×2160 resolution pixel density of 801ppi. The LCD display from Sharp is the IGZO-type, which has a low power consumption and small screen edges possible. The popular VR goggles currently using OLED panels, which offer better black levels.

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During Ceatec Sharp also showed a smartphone with IGZO display, which is rounded along the edges. This has seen little edges on the top and sides. It was a 5.2 “screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Sharp supports the screen under its line of free form displays. The manufacturer can produce IGZO screens in various forms, such as dashboards and round shapes for thermostats.


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