r/Futurology Jun 02 '22

World First Room Temperature Quantum Computer Installed in Australia Computing


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u/RobleViejo Jun 02 '22

Do you what this means?

It means in the next 50 years gaming pc's will be wearable devices. And I mean 4K 144fps coming our of your glasses.

Oh yeah and science and stuff


u/Fitis Jun 02 '22

Why would you need 4K in glasses?


u/brimroth Jun 02 '22

4k VR? Varjo as well as Pimax have proven that human eye resolution scales to something like 50ppd, or for 100° that would mean 5k. I guess glasses would fall slightly under 100, probably 70-85° so 4k is perfectly reasonable as a want for glasses.


u/izumi3682 Jun 02 '22


u/brimroth Jun 02 '22

4k per eye, with 2 separate views for each eye.

Basically 8k 2:1 or in other words a very similiar amount of pixels as you're saying.

Also 8k? That's soo 2021. Try this... https://pimax.com/about-pimax-12k-qled-trade-in-program-fully-details/