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by blurfreeCRTGimp
13 Jan 2021, 17:10
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification
Replies: 4
Views: 135

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

Please note that not all displays worthy of Blur Busters Certification, may get it because the manufacturer may not have expressed interest in applying for Blur Busters Certification. Please tell me you plan on doing a hacked together solution to show LG what they are missing?LOL Wouldn't a rolling...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
12 Jan 2021, 17:19
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification
Replies: 4
Views: 135

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

I remember the Chief's articles on a rolling scan OLED to achieve CRT motion clarity, and now LG has announced a 31.5 inch OLED computer monitor. Will we see blur busters certification on a display like this, and finally get a display better than CRT?
by blurfreeCRTGimp
11 Dec 2020, 03:54
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 38
Views: 3931

Re: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?

Hey chief, I was just wondering something. This is going to sound heretical and probably just really stupid, but let me know what you think. What if you were to add a high quality scanning FALD backlight to an OLED? OLED suffers from burn in and image retention largely because of the voltage require...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
01 Nov 2020, 15:15
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 38
Views: 3931

Re: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?

I actually think dual cell LCD is going to be the best bet for getting OLED black levels out of LCD. FALD back lights are awesome, but having a separate LCD layer for Chroma and another for Luma seems to work amazingly well. You could probably put a FALD backlight in a dual cell screen and make it e...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
31 Oct 2020, 23:04
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 38
Views: 3931

Re: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?

I do not own virtual desktop, so I don't know a way to change frame rate on the OG Rift or enable single strobe. I'm sure it would look awesome with a good CRT shader. I usually use big screen with Retroarch and CRT shader, but its just running at 90hz
by blurfreeCRTGimp
31 Oct 2020, 02:16
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 38
Views: 3931

Re: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?

Hey Chief, I don't have the quest 2, but I do love using the rift CV1 with emulation. Lucky for me, I have my little 13 inch CRT still, but I don't know how long it will live. Do you know what happened with Carmack's experiments with deep interlacing a display? (where 60hz could be 120 fields per se...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
27 Oct 2020, 17:24
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 38
Views: 3931

Re: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?

Based on the article about Stanford's work with Samsung on OLED Using meta surfaces I don't think form factor would be an issue with MEMS for very long. The current projectors you can buy are as small as a wallet. One of the reasons I have not bought OLED is because of how thin it is. I don't want ...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
27 Oct 2020, 17:17
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 38
Views: 3931

Re: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?

Hey chief, I read that article about the new OLED method from Stanford and Samsung,with the "introduction of nanopatterned metasurface mirrors,” taking cues from previous research done to develop an ultra-thin solar panel."" I noticed it also increases brightness. couldn't this process likewise work...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
23 Oct 2020, 16:53
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 38
Views: 3931

Re: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?

My issue is, your own writings about going blur free with brute force seem impractical, even with the great advancements you speak of. 2,000 FPS at 2,000hz to have emulation of a .5ms of phosphor decay time? Even if you have the best machine learning based FRAT, you can get usually at most double th...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
23 Oct 2020, 01:19
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 38
Views: 3931

Re: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?

So, if this is the case why in the hell are we chasing mini LED, OLED, and other displays that have so much blur? Imagine how much more utility our GPUs would have if you could drive games at just 60hz and with lower resolutions?