Falkentyne wrote:First of all, what matters in strobing is the persistence, but comparing a LCD to a CRT is very tricky, because the strobing isn't done exactly the same way.
A CRT at 120hz is 8.3ms of persistence.
However there is no crosstalk (overdrive artifacts don't exist on CRT's) and the response time of phosphors are in the NANOSECONDS. I would estimate that a 120hz CRT would strobe at somewhere around 0.5ms to 1.0ms of true persistence, if you related this to LCD strobing.
flood wrote:Falkentyne wrote:A CRT at 120hz is 8.3ms of persistence.
might as well call it infinity
for example if you're in a dark room you can see cursor trails on a dark background for quite a while
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