Originally Posted by nleksan
Wow, seriously... Come on people, this is some pretty cool tech, I mean it makes 1440p look pixilated!
question to anyone who sits in front of a 27" 1440p monitor right now:
Can you see the pixels ?
Lets get real, if you cant see text Aliasing on a white background from your typical viewing distances then your unlikely to feel a Gigantic benefit compared with an overall better display 'quality'
You need to remember the human eye is an Arc the retina is curved so dependant on how close or far away you are from the screen the more or less details is perceived, the eye also has a narrow cone of view, so again there are lots of factors more than just lots of pixels.
DPI is the most important thing when talking perceived detail but the brain has more greyscale and colour "rods" than it does for focus, its just the brain does some incredibly complex algorithms as your eye scans a scene.
Id say a complete lack of motion blur and some proper 120hz or higher screens are needed.
I think its ok going 4k , but they havent fixed:
black levels (look at an OLED phones blacks V an LCD TV)
colour fidelity and accuracy
there just upping the pixels so you buy into the whole thing, when overall there are much more important things that make a display look and work well.