1080p Oculus Rift DK2?
1440p (guessed) Oculus Rift Crescent Bay?
How about 4200×2400?
Products with a resolution of 4200×2400 exist and have been sold to commercial and military customers already.
That not enough? How about 180° Field of View (FOV)
Sensics have been making Head Mounted Displays for years now. Now that Oculus have made VR cool again they are receiving more attention.
"The Sensics piSight HMD line uniquely offers both panoramic field of view andhigh resolution. With its full peripheral vision, excellent visual detail and unmatched image quality, the piSight is used today in numerous applications including virtual prototyping, training, data mining and more. Sensics delivers:
- Panoramic field of view (82° to 180°, depending on model) provides situational awareness, active peripheral vision and enhanced realism
- High resolution: Most models offer better than HD 1080p resolution, with up to 4200×2400 full-color pixels per eye
- A balanced design that is comfortable and stays cool.
- Over 30 models to choose from, offering the perfect fit for most performance and budget requirements
Other head-mounted displays on the market typically provide narrow field of view (“tunnel vision”), low resolution or both. Users wearing other HMDs suffer from limited situational awareness and lack visual cues from peripheral vision areas. Users performing tasks using low-resolution products find it difficult to observe fine details or perform delicate tasks.
Developed during nearly a decade of research sponsored by NASA and a major car manufacturer, piSight uses a patented optical design to combine images from several microdisplays into a stunning, nearly-seamless panoramic 3D visual experience.
The piSight HMD is compatible with many software packages, motion trackers, eye trackers and input devices."
ImmersiON-VRelia are also releasing their Blue-Sky PRO HMD device with 1080p for each eye also. Exciting times in VR!