World’s largest LCD maker, LG Display, and Sogang University jointly developed an artificial intelligence-based high-resolution content generating technology for virtual reality to reduce blurs as well as latency.

Sogang University is South Korea’s leading research university, established in 1960 by Wisconsin. Seoul-based world’s largest manufacturer and supplier of thin-film transistor liquid crystal display panels, LG Display currently operates nine fabrication facilities as well as seven back-end assembly facilities in China, Mexico, Korea and many more.

Sources stated that Head-mounted displays for VR are ordinarily exceedingly immersive, however, the problem particularly requires more calculations. LG technology has come up with an algorithm that converts low-resolution videos to higher tones in real time as the algorithm has deep learning that allows the use of the only internal memory of the device to do.

World’s largest LCD maker stated that it will reduce blur delays along with latency for VR devices while reducing energy consumption. The company said the devices won’t need expensive GPUs to realize VR. Additionally, both Sogang and LG developed a motor-powered device that measures latency and blur in VR headsets. LCD maker and Google also announced a new OLED display for VR.

 

 

 

 

 

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