By the revolution of the pixel density and the technology surrounding it, it has created a contrast of what people used for resolution one or half a decade ago and what people are demanding now after the evolution of OLED, LCD, Matrix LED display systems. If we can look back just six or seven years back 360p or 240p were more popular video resolutions than most of the common display resolutions of today. It is completely known that the native 720p resolution will get blurred away after one year or may be this year. However, nowadays the most popular display resolution is counted as 2160p or 2K in most of the devices.
The latest technology being called, ‘Blue Phase Liquid Crystal’ can take the place of any of the LCD technologies while this piece of technology can reach up to 1500 PPI density in the terms of optical appearance. Rather than most of the televisions nowadays, future of the technology will gradually concentrate on the Virtual Reality, confronting the 3D technology in hands.
BLUE-PHASE LIQUID CRYSTAL
Present LCD display technology utilizes Three Subpixels (RED, GREEN, BLUE) which acts like a glass filter, emerging the colors of the object right from blending the color itself. However, the new Blue-Panel LCD have individual LED panels which are able to shift the colors to each other, and human eyes can hardly recognize the presence of one single LCD filter.
Though the technology inaugurated in 2008, research could not bring it to life because of the voltage and efficiency issue. Apart from OLED, highly manageable power-train of the recent TVs or VR Headsets will get a close competitive call from the new Blue-Panel LCD technology.