You thought that Retina Display was smooth. You thought pixels 4 times smaller than regular pixels were impressive. Man, have you got something to learn about what smooth be.
Smooth be this: Researchers at the University of Michigan have created a display with a resolution so, so, so, so, so fine, that the pixels used are eight times smaller than those used on the iPhone 4. Now, let’s put this into perspective. To show off the technology, the researchers recreated the U of M logo on a screen 9 microns tall.
A human hair is 100 microns wide.
I know, right?
Created with nanometer-thin sheets of metal, this display is absolutely what smooth be. And you thought your television was HD. You don’t know nothin’. You don’t know nothin’ ’bout HD.
This will be so damn expensive.