I’ve been thinking a lot about VR video resolution, which manifests itself mainly as the “screen door effect.”
And you know what? It probably doesn’t matter.
Early TV had crap resolution.
Compared to 35mm and 16mm, Super-8 had crap resolution.
Early YouTube had very crap resolution.
So did Apple’s QuickTime.
And Polaroid instant photos had crap resolution against Kodak send-it-to-develop-it film.
VHS had crap resolution compared to arch-rival Betamax.
None of that mattered.
It probably doesn’t matter with VR video either.
Agree with your analysis.
I’ve been chasing my tail thinking about it. I think it’s settled in my mind now.
Mike Cane has traveled to the future. Confirms that kids using VR version of Instagram love the retro screen door filter.