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Technology that will make iPhone and iPad screens more sharper and brighter

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Technology that will make iPhone and iPad screens more sharper and brighter  
Researcher and developer keep doing their work to increase the efficiency of technology and result can be shown with different technology development. In the recent development Scientists have developed a new tunable color-changing surface, a breakthrough that may triple the resolution of televisions, smartphones and virtual reality devices.





Researchers are able to change the color of individual subpixels to red, green or blue by applying differing voltages. “We can make a red subpixel go to blue, for instance,” said Debashis Chanda Assistant Professor at UCF. In other displays that is not possible because they need three static color filters to show the full RGB color. We don’t need that now; a single subpixel-less pixel can be tuned across a given color gamut,” he added.

The researchers also stated that by eliminating the three static subpixels that currently make up every pixel, the size of individual pixels can be reduced by three. According to the paper published in the journal Nature Communications, with three times as many pixels, there will be a higher resolution.





The breakthrough will have major implications for not only TVs and other general displays, but augmented reality and virtual reality headsets that need very high resolution because they’re so close to the eye.”A subpixel-less display can increase resolution drastically. You can have a much smaller area that can do all three,” researchers noted.

"A subpixel-less display can increase resolution drastically. You can have a much smaller area that can do all three," said Daniel Franklin from UCF.





"We can make a red subpixel go to blue. In other displays that is not possible because they need three static color filters to show the full RGB color. We do not need that now a single subpixel-less pixel can be tuned across a given color gamut," said Debashis Chanda, assistant professor at UCF.

This technology will help Apple to develop better display for their iPhone and iPad lineups. 

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