Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Nicolas Charbonnier
59,258 followers -
ARMdevices.net Consumer Electronics Video-blogger
ARMdevices.net Consumer Electronics Video-blogger

59,258 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Samsung Exynos 9820 on 8nm, Dual Custom cores, Dual ARM Cortex-A75, Quad ARM Cortex-A55, ARM Mali-G76 MP12, 7x faster NPU, 20% faster single thread, 40% better power efficiency.. https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/exynos/products/mobileprocessor/exynos-9-series-9820.html
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Martin Riddiford interview, designer of Psion, Gemini PDA, Cosmo Communicator all@ ARMdevices.net
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
$549 Cosmo Communicator interview, now on Indiegogo all@ ARMdevices.net
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
World's Most Powerful ARM Desktop: Marvell ThunderXStation ThunderX2 Workstation all@ ARMdevices.net
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
EBBR: Embedded Base Boot Requirements at Linaro Connect all@ ARMdevices.net
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Android Treble on Texas Instruments Beagle-X15 at Linaro Connect all@ ARMdevices.net
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Internet of Tiny Linux, Google IoT on ARM Cortex-A5 memory constrained device all@ ARMdevices.net
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Unlimited Apps and Games for a monthly subscription price on Google Play store, something I have been suggesting they should do for over a decade.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Did TheVerge read up on what a light field display does, sounds like this is what's going on here. So let's say it has a 2560 x 1440 display, maybe then it can split that resolution up among 16 or so different light fields, 230400 pixels per light field. which means each light field has a resolution of 640x480, only. That is why you may be looking at something that looks like it's at only 640x480 resolution, basically like VGA. I didn't do a Google search I don't know if Hydrogen phone has that display resolution split into 16 fields, I am just guessing here. I am probably totally wrong. But saying this phone is a mess, is like reviewing a RED camera as a mass market consumer camera. It's not, RED has never tried to make something for the consumer market. They make special stuff that only very few people get to try to feel how it is for example to be filming 8K video in 2016, for example. Light field displays have a future, probably that is why we need 8K displays in Smartphones, that would help with the experience and resolution of that experience. There are already 4K smartphone displays which would have been slightly better if they had used that, I guess for some reason they were not able to. Consider also the Snapdragon 835 is probably decoding something like 16 videos at VGA resolution each at the same time. It's not a piece of cake. Same thing for the camera, it's encoding 16 videos in VGA all at the same time. Something like that. Sure it's going to be better when each field in a light field display is at least Full HD, perhaps even each is 4K. But that will require a bit more advances in display resolution pixel density, it will require chipsets that can decode or encode a whole bunch of FHD or 4K videos at the same time. Anyways, follow my YouTube, I will be trying to film more about light field displays in the future. I believe Samsung showed one in the last few months too, I've seen some that are quite awesome, but they need to run on crazy advanced FPGA's they need a ton of 4K microdisplays stacked up next to each other. I filmed one by Japan display that I think splits up an 8K display into 64 fields, something like that. All this is not a piece of cake. Just a quick guess here, I didn't read up on it, but I also guess each field has to share the overall brightness of the display. So to get a great experience we need displays that have x amount more resolution and x amount more brightness too, both at the same time. I filmed microdisplays that use MicroLED that have over 1 million nits in brightness, so maybe it's stuff like that we could be looking at. Light field displays and Holographic displays are awesome but you need to understand what you are dealing with.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Kodi Playback with Standard V4L2 Stack at Linaro Connect Vancouver 2018 all@ ARMdevices.net
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded