Samsung Reserves the “Anti SDE AMOLED” Trademark! Do You Know What Does It Mean for VR Porn?

Have you ever heard about something called the SDE AMOLED? The screen-door effect (SDE) or fixed-pattern noise (FPN) is a visual artifact of displays, where the fine lines separating pixels (or subpixels) become visible in the displayed image, and is a common thing in modern VR headsets – which is quite uncomfortable when it comes to VR games, VR films or, maybe even especially, VR porn movies. Samsung, one of the greatest virtual reality technology manufacturers in the world has just reserved the “Anti SDE AMOLED” trademark, perhaps getting rid of this discomfort once and for good – and, in effect, enhancing the quality of our favorite 4K and 6K UHD VR porn videos.

Journalists from the Dutch Galaxy Club have discovered a new trademark registered by Samsung in the European Union. Reported name “Anti SDE AMOLED” probably refers to the display dedicated to virtual reality goggles, which does not have the effect of SDE (screen-door effect).

The SDE effect, also known as the grid effect, is one of the biggest nightmares of the current generation of virtual reality goggles. Currently, displays mounted in them have between the pixels or subpixels unlit places that are visible through the lens. As a result, headset users can get the impression of looking at the virtual world through a mosquito net. This problem concerns, to varying degrees, all currently sold VR goggles and in the effect all kind of virtual reality materials – including VR Bangers’ VR porn movies, which is pretty much why we are telling you about that today.

During the recent SID Display Week, Samsung boasted a 2.43-inch screen with a resolution of 3840 × 2160 px / 120Hz, in which the Koreans managed to achieve a pixel density of 1200 ppi. The high number of pixels per inch of the display is crucial to reduce the effect of SDE in VR headsets. Increasing the density may also result in a reduction in the size and weight of the device, but this is not certain, being only an assumption that we are making. The most popular PC VR goggles on the market today have a resolution of 1080 x 1200 pixels per eye, with a density of 461 ppi, which is pretty much why the problem of screen-door effect is so common, and why we believe that these news are so important when it comes to VR porn videos.

The higher the resolution of our VR porn movies, the more significant impact of such effect, and since we have just recently started making our VR porn videos in 6K UHD, we could really use someone to get rid of these problems – and that is why we keep our fingers crossed for Samsung so much! Hopefully soon we will be able to tell you something more about that.

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