World's Smallest 3D HD Display (with video)
TechSpot.com reports that back in October 2010, Ortus Technology announced that it had developed a 4.8-inch color liquid crystal display with the world’s smallest size screen and a pixel density of 458 pixels per inch (ppi) in 2D. This pixel density is beyond the detection limit of the human eye.
Now, the company has released the Hyper Amorphous Silicon TFT (HAST) screen, which reduces the space in between pixels and allows light to be transmitted more efficiently to create a high aperture ratio. Just like its predecessor, the 4.8-inch LCD boasts 458ppi in 2D mode, but it can also pull off an impressive 229ppi in 3D mode.
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