edit: NO MORE FUZZINESS! updated to newer version ripped from system dump.
Well I ripped it from the YouTube video of the leak, so that's as high res as it's gonna get until the G watch actually comes out and someone can rip the official boot animation from it.
As soon as that happens, feel free to let me know, and I'd be happy to make a higher res version.
even then, the resolution of that watch isn't going to be anywhere NEAR as high as our 1080P displays....so its still going to be fuzzy.
someone with time and knowledge should just redo the animation in full 1080P. that person is not me....any takers ;P
very cool animation though.
no, that's not entirely true. in many boot animations, smaller images than what you see are actually used for the frames. the resolution to be displayed resides in desc.txt within the boot animation, and the frames are scaled there. with the official boot animation, as long as the frames have a reasonable density and color depth, the distortion shouldn't be too noticeable when scaled from its native 280x280 (g watch's resolution) to 1080x1080.
the reason it looks like crap here is because i had to rip it from youtube. youtube video files use image compression similar to what you'd see in a JPG. bootanimations don't use jpgs, they use pngs, which use much better compression algorithms. the distortion takes place when the original bootanimation is converted into a video file (which most likely then undergoes even further compression by youtube).
for proof of this concept, just look at the youtube video i ripped it from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yks-GuClSJ8. this was the highest quality i was able to find. look at it up close - it's distorted pretty badly even in the video.
like i said, when the official boot animation becomes available, i'll definitely port it over so we can have a better quality boot animation
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