New technology can bring affordable, hyper realistic screens with 1000+ Hz refresh rate

A team of researchers from Nottingham Trent University, the Australian National University and the University of New South Wales Canberra in Australia have developed a proof of concept technology that could shake the foundations of the $100 billion-plus monitor, display and TV industries.

By exchanging the traditional liquid crystal cells used in such devices for a new technology called metasurfaces (these are electrically tunable arrays of nanoparticles), researchers have claim that it “will provide significant benefits to current liquid crystal displays”.

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