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by blurfreeCRTGimp
Yesterday, 16:53
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 18
Views: 591

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
Yesterday, 01:19
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 18
Views: 591

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?
by blurfreeCRTGimp
20 Oct 2020, 13:33
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 18
Views: 591

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

If you had a MEMS laser doing raster style scan out, and you used quantum dot pixels on the face of the glass as opposed to a traditional phosphor wouldn't you get the best of all possible worlds? Motion resolution Variable resolution inputs as opposed to fixed pixel infinite contrast great color wi...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
17 Oct 2020, 19:43
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 18
Views: 591

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

I honestly think the Highsense dual cell LCD's are going to get us damn close to a display with BFI for smooth motion, good brightness, color and contrast at an eventually affordable price. I love the idea of the MEMS and LPD concepts. Sometimes I wonder if we could just put 3 laser diodes in the ba...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
31 Aug 2020, 17:03
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: New term: "Frame Rate Amplification" (1000fps in cheap GPUs)
Replies: 58
Views: 26671

Re: New term: "Frame Rate Amplification" (1000fps in cheap GPUs)

I was thinking earlier today, couldn't a software developer make an app sort of like the blur busters strobe utility, that could enable Oculus ASW on the desktop? We already have apps like bigscreen, virtual desktop, etc. couldn't we trick a PC into thinking the main monitor is a rift and thereby ha...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
28 Aug 2020, 17:03
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: New term: "Frame Rate Amplification" (1000fps in cheap GPUs)
Replies: 58
Views: 26671

Re: New term: "Frame Rate Amplification" (1000fps in cheap GPUs)

LOL Here is hoping that is indeed one of their surprises. I have been searching high and low for a high end CRT because I'm getting tired of having to run my software at 144hz native just so it doesn't look like crap. Do you think that they will get DLSS to be software agnostic?
by blurfreeCRTGimp
28 Aug 2020, 16:54
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: New term: "Frame Rate Amplification" (1000fps in cheap GPUs)
Replies: 58
Views: 26671

Re: New term: "Frame Rate Amplification" (1000fps in cheap GPUs)

Why cant we use an Asynchronus space warp technology on standard displays as is done in VR displays? I was just looking at the new Asus 360hz display, but in no way could I drive that on my 1060 3gb. I'm running a 144hz 1080p monitor right now, and I'm wondering why we cant just use say 3 sliced tim...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
30 May 2020, 17:31
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: TCL Dual Cell LCD combined with MEMS Laser projection for the backlight
Replies: 11
Views: 1030

Re: TCL Dual Cell LCD combined with MEMS Laser projection for the backlight

elexor wrote:
30 May 2020, 02:28
thanks for the reply it's abit unfortunate most content i want to use with it is in the 60fps range.
Are all mems projectors fixed scanrate?
Could you pipe an interlaced signal at 120hz to the MEMS projector to fix the issues?
by blurfreeCRTGimp
29 May 2020, 02:55
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: TCL Dual Cell LCD combined with MEMS Laser projection for the backlight
Replies: 11
Views: 1030

Re: TCL Dual Cell LCD combined with MEMS Laser projection for the backlight

Using MEMS would do more to benefit persistence and ULMB than it would using it as a grey scale layer, wouldn't it? I was just thinking of it as a grey scale layer as an added bonus. Since MEMS has a fast line by line scanning method of drawing an image similar to CRT for blur free images I thought ...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
28 May 2020, 21:04
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: TCL Dual Cell LCD combined with MEMS Laser projection for the backlight
Replies: 11
Views: 1030

TCL Dual Cell LCD combined with MEMS Laser projection for the backlight

Hello, I am new to the forums, and am just putting forward an idea that I have not seen put forward before. So, TCL has their new dual cell LCD TV sets where one panel is used for grey scale and another panel is used for color. I got to thinking, wouldn't it kill two birds with one stone to use a ME...