Sé que la experiencia no va a ser nada del otro mundo, pero como introducción a la RV creo que trasteando con el móvil y el pc puedo divertirme mucho.
He leído comentarios de gente que se ha sorprendido con la RV en un móvil de 720pp y otros que desprecian incluso la experiencia móvil con un 2k, así que esto parece bastante relativo y personal.
El móvil me viene con un visor propio y he pedido unas VR box 2.0 (10 euros) por si no se me adapta bien el visor propio y prefiero ajustar un poco las lentes. En 4 días estoy testeando y os comentaré mis impresiones.
También comentar que la pantalla LCD IPS no es tan mala para la RV:
These are my musings on different screens and image quality.
In particular I am comparing IPS LED Screens with pentile OLED Screens. The most common OLED Screens being used in the last 2 years are diamond Pentile. Diamond Pentile has a unique subpixel arrangement, with 1 green subpixel per pixel, and .5 red subpixels per pixel (shared) and .5 blue subpixels per pixel (shared). This creates the argument that pentile screens, unless viewing an image with a LOT of green in it does not have full resolution. (this is also debatable due to the way our eyes see different colors. but I'll just stick to numerical facts here)
1440P has 3,686,400 Pixels On a 1440P OLED screen there are 3,686,400 Green SubPixels, 1,843,200 Red Subpixels, 1,843,200 Blue Subpixels.
This means there are 7,372,800 lighting elements in a 1440P OLED Screen
IPS LCD has 3 subpixels per pixel.
This means 11,059,200 lighting elements on a 1440P LCD screen
This means a 1440P OLED Screen only has 67% the clarity number of tiny little colored dots which make up detail of a LCD screen of the same resolution.
1080P has 2,073,600 Pixels
OLED has 2,073,600 Green SubPixels, 1,036,800 Red Subpixels, 1,036,800 Blue Subpixels.
There are 4,147200 Lighting Elements on a 1080P OLED Screen
IPS LCD has 3 subpixels per pixel
This means there are 6,220,800 Lighting Elements on a 1080P LCD Screen
What does this all mean?
A) a 1440P pentile oled (7.3M lighting elements) in terms of image quality, is only slightly better than a 1080P screen (6.2M lighting elements) and if you are viewing images with very little green in them, (such as skin tone) it will be significantly worse.
B) a 1440P OLED screen used in the hand, you might not be able to see the pentile, but in VR where the pixels are magnified, it is still VERY relevant, an IPS 1440P screen has 11M lighting elements where a pentile oled only has 7.3M, therefore an IPS screen will give you much more detail.
C)If you want a phone for cardboard, and are concerned about getting the highest detail for watching movies especially. Get a 1440P IPS Display. (cheapest option would be the LG G3).
Other Notes: I am purely examining image clarity here, there are many other things to consider such as persistence, contrast, etc... in which pentile oled displays are better than IPS LCD in these regards.
Also, Oled is not the culprit here, just the pentile arrangement of it. There are some oled screens which use a conventional 3 subpixel per pixel approach that do not have the issues I am bringing up in this post.
I can confirm my findings, I own a GearVR, and have tried out 1440P and 1080P screens of both types on cardboard devices as well.
Un saludo VRlianos!