Revolutionary is not a term to use lightly.
Here’s why I used it.
With a high enough PPI you can do away with the term Native resolution. because any resolution can be stretched to appear as good as a native resolution would.
At high enough ppi the naked eye would not be able to tell. ,
And appearantly the maximum resolution of a perfect human eye is ~477ppi
wouldn’t that be interesting, maybe by the year 2020 well have monitors that suit people with 20/20 vision.
Looking at the new Razer phone, smartphone screens are already there.
Its specs are: 5.7 inches screen
Resolution: 1440 x 2560 px
Pixel density:513 ppi
Refresh rate: 120Hz
When gaming because of pixel sizes if you do not run at native resolution you do not get ideal results.
This is why no one has made 2.5k or 3k monitors.
why did we go from 1080p or 1440p to 4k.
Gaming is all about getting the best resolution money can buy. 1440p is nice. but if I’m running a game at 150hz, maybe I can to run my game at 3k resolution and still get about 90fps which is still great. I would even consider lowering graphics for a bigger resolution, going from ultra to just high.
This is why games give us all these ways to tweak graphic settings.
Unfortunately today mid/budget gamers cannot select resolution above 1080 or 1440p
the solution is in surpassing the human eye threshold for detection distortions caused by pixels trying to unequally divide a pixel.
I’d be really happy if we could get a ~400 ppi monitor running at 80 to 100hz.
what I’m asking for would be closer to around 19 to 22 inches.
(remember we’re pushing the envelope here, lets try and see if its feasible). Eventually a 24 or 27inch monitor could be made.
for Eve this would involve getting in touch with their screen providers to see if they can produce a working prototype and then go from there.