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by thatoneguy
14 Jan 2021, 15:36
Forum: News / Rumors / Conventions
Topic: 110 Inch Home Market MicroLED Display revealed by Samsung
Replies: 16
Views: 1523

Re: 110 Inch Home Market MicroLED Display revealed by Samsung

Where does it say the pixels are rectangular?
Also, that's an article from a year ago.
by thatoneguy
14 Jan 2021, 06:29
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification
Replies: 4
Views: 176

Re: With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification

Also, currently -- at this time -- the 31" OLED is rumored to not have any BFI modes at all. The thing is 60hz only. That pretty much rules out any blurbusting features(except maybe a simple bfi mode like the Sony Master OLED monitors where it cuts down the sample-and-hold blur to 8ms) I think it's...
by thatoneguy
10 Jan 2021, 10:57
Forum: News / Rumors / Conventions
Topic: 110 Inch Home Market MicroLED Display revealed by Samsung
Replies: 16
Views: 1523

Re: 110 Inch Home Market MicroLED Display revealed by Samsung

Chief Blur Buster wrote:
09 Jan 2021, 17:23
But yes, lots of black fill. Will make for great blacks, avoiding the nonblack colors of the LED chips themselves (depending on type of LED, the phosphor of direct LEDs can be highly reflective/fluorescent looking).
That's where Perovskite LEDs come in I guess.
by thatoneguy
09 Jan 2021, 01:40
Forum: News / Rumors / Conventions
Topic: 110 Inch Home Market MicroLED Display revealed by Samsung
Replies: 16
Views: 1523

Re: 110 Inch Home Market MicroLED Display revealed by Samsung

Miniaturizing MicroLED is very tough to do when you've got ~100 million discrete LEDs in an 8K display, or ~25M discrete LEDs in a 4K display. I'm counting all subpixels, at 3 LEDs per pixel (R,G,B). MicroLED is like your indicator LED or the elements of a LED alarm clock. But cramming many million...
by thatoneguy
07 Jan 2021, 05:09
Forum: Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc
Topic: Good News Everyone: 60Hz Single Strobe Options
Replies: 79
Views: 10411

Re: Good News Everyone: 60Hz Single Strobe Options

strobing at 60.1hz is easy or any other weird refreshrate used by retroconsoles. retroarch need's a easy way to change videomodes without using VRR. The MisTer fpga, ossc etc just change the pixel clock to alter the speed it works just fine on a single strobed monitor. issue with native 60hz device...
by thatoneguy
07 Jan 2021, 05:05
Forum: News / Rumors / Conventions
Topic: 110 Inch Home Market MicroLED Display revealed by Samsung
Replies: 16
Views: 1523

Re: 110 Inch Home Market MicroLED Display revealed by Samsung

So apparently word from CES is that they've announced 99 inch and 88 inch sizes as well alongside the 110 inch version that apparently will be on the market starting this coming March. Hopefully Samsung delivers this time. 2 years ago they showed a 75 inch version in CES 2019 and CES 2020 but they n...
by thatoneguy
04 Jan 2021, 11:03
Forum: News / Rumors / Conventions
Topic: JOLED to develop high-end OLED gaming monitors
Replies: 69
Views: 25249

Re: JOLED to develop high-end OLED gaming monitors

Alas, it is much easier for LCD. 1. Voltage boosted strobe backlights has already achieved the 300nit 1ms LCD (BenQ DyAC XL2546 series). They still achieve ~150 nits at 0.5ms MPRT. 2. 1000 nit LCDs are already here. 1. I'm pretty sure they're achieving that at a higher refresh rate than 60hz though...
by thatoneguy
04 Jan 2021, 10:54
Forum: Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc
Topic: It's a shame that plasma tech is dead
Replies: 13
Views: 1072

Re: It's a shame that plasma tech is dead

nuninho1980 wrote:
04 Jan 2021, 10:26
Yeah but the horizontal frequency and the number of horizontal lines aren't infinite.
Hence why I said "theoretically". Monochrome CRT's were only limited by the scanrate itself afaik.
by thatoneguy
04 Jan 2021, 09:13
Forum: Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc
Topic: It's a shame that plasma tech is dead
Replies: 13
Views: 1072

Re: It's a shame that plasma tech is dead

I'm no CRT expert, but I'm pretty sure the CRT resolution increases you're referring to were only possible in a certain context, and when such progressive resolutions were tried at higher refresh rates, you'd run into physically undefeatable issues. See sources such as: https://www.quora.com/Could-...
by thatoneguy
02 Jan 2021, 22:57
Forum: Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc
Topic: It's a shame that plasma tech is dead
Replies: 13
Views: 1072

Re: It's a shame that plasma tech is dead

jorimt wrote:
02 Jan 2021, 22:06
Much like CRT, however, it had practical limitations for reaching Ultra HD and beyond
Pretty sure a ton of CRT Monitors could push 3200x2400 or even more.
Plasma consumed even more power than CRT however so not sure it could pull it off.