Last year Oculus VR unveiled their 3rd-gen VR HMD development, named Crescent Bay . This HMD adopts an OLED display – but the company now reveals that it actually packs two displays, one for each eye. Oculus adopted a low-persistence AMOLED display for their 2nd-Gen VR HMD – and it was later discovered that it is the same Super AMOLED display used in the Galaxy Note 3 (complete with the touch layer and all). It was a Full-HD display, which means 1920×1080 – for both eyes. The crescent cove uses two displays, and resolution per eye is probably a lot higher. Read more about Oculus' latest VR dev kit uses two AMOLED displays

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Oculus’ latest VR dev kit uses two AMOLED displays