Virtual reality glasses VS high-definition TVs

in hive-175254 •  3 months ago 

Good morning dear community, as usual I want to talk about technology, this time I want to talk about the two sides of the projection of images, monitors or 3D glasses? Well, many years ago I remember hearing that virtual reality glasses would take over the market making monitors obsolete, the truth is that several years have passed and every day new monitors, screens and televisions come out that "sell like hot cakes" Venezuelan saying in case you did not understand me, what happens with virtual reality glasses? Why 3D projection still does not take over the technology market?

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Let's try to clarify it in this post in a much summarized way and that is easy to understand for everyone.

Let's start with virtual reality glasses, in many cases they are glasses with peripheral screens that cover 100% of the person's vision with the intention of immersing him, within the projection, thus giving a false sense of being in the place.

In this way the perspective is always in first person, the first person in the world of technologies refers to the camera is located behind the head of the Avatar or character of the game in question.

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Although the glasses offer a very inverse experience, it is difficult to get used to it, creating vertigo in many people who use it, plus there is also the problem that they are downloaded very quickly, that after more than an hour they weigh too much on the head.

The first-person perspective is fine for some simulations, but as a means of multimedia entertainment is still far behind, few people would dare to watch a movie over two hours with the glasses and if they do it is like to live the experience but not to do it continuously.

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The current TVs and monitors, basically every year come out larger TVs, thinner, immersive, curved, in high definition, with HQ sound, Oled, 4K, 8K, Frequencies of 60, 120, 240, Hz but do not worry I will explain a little of these advances in monitors also

The current TVs and monitors, have focused on providing images with better quality brighter colors, and higher resolutions, ie the experience of watching TV is pleasing to the eye, with the advent of 4k resolutions appeared that allowed to show details previously impossible.

Also along with the 4k appeared high frequency TVs and monitors, 120 Hz and 240 Hz, but what are these frequencies, how do they improve the image on the screen? The frequency of the TVs allows to see more frames on the screen, also called FPS, i.e. a 120 Hz monitor can display 120 frames per second on the screen, thus giving a level of fluidity to the videos very good.

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Hello @rubenp, I have always been curious to know what the experience of a person with "myopia and astigmatism" (like me) using virtual reality glasses would be like, because with high resolution televisions, you really do not "enjoy the technology" as expected. , is my personal experience.

And I think this is an important point that scientists must have to offer this alternative and solution in the near future.

Great post.

  ·  3 months ago (edited)

Hi @tocho2, I did not expect this kind of comment, and the truth is that when companies develop these technologies they do not think about people with your conditions, but surely if they are needed, well I imagine that with virtual reality glasses you would like them because they add depth and realism to things.

Hello friend, these virtual glasses are likely to give me a bit more sharpness, hope to try them sometime.