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by blurfreeCRTGimp
10 Jun 2021, 16:44
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: CRT Technology Collector Here... AMA
Replies: 19
Views: 1589

Re: CRT Technology Collector Here... AMA

"If you're near Pittsburgh I could probably part with one of my NOS 17" Monitors. I have some NOS 20" ones too but I want to keep those I also have some lightly used ones you might be able to get off me fairly cheap to free. Were talking like... 1600x1200 max probably resolution-wise... but that's n...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
04 Jun 2021, 17:01
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: CRT Technology Collector Here... AMA
Replies: 19
Views: 1589

Re: CRT Technology Collector Here... AMA

Damn Chief, that was one hell of a projector setup. I enjoyed Episode 1 Racer in the Arcade a lot. You are right that CRT was also death by 1000 cuts, but the point was, the work was done. We started from scratch for convenience purposes. I do feel like we could use lasers and Quantum dots to get a ...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
04 Jun 2021, 14:02
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: CRT Technology Collector Here... AMA
Replies: 19
Views: 1589

Re: CRT Technology Collector Here... AMA

Hey chief, one thing CRT has going for it more than black level, color, and motion, is the fact that it is not fixed pixel. I'm looking to buy a new old stock CRT for this very reason. These high hz LCD's are getting better, but hitting the refresh rate=hz while vsync is going, in the current GPU ma...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
23 Mar 2021, 18:29
Forum: Software Developers / Low-Lag Code / Game Programming
Topic: Would a universal ML based CRT shader be preferable to something like DLSS?
Replies: 7
Views: 1943

Re: Would a universal ML based CRT shader be preferable to something like DLSS?

I think I wasn't clear. I know we would still need BFI and backlight strobing. I was curious as to this idea being used to solve UPSCALE blur, IE non native resolution content looking bad. When I said this could be used "in one go" I meant a ML CRT shader to solve upscaling alongside BFI and backlig...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
23 Mar 2021, 16:50
Forum: Software Developers / Low-Lag Code / Game Programming
Topic: Would a universal ML based CRT shader be preferable to something like DLSS?
Replies: 7
Views: 1943

Would a universal ML based CRT shader be preferable to something like DLSS?

I have seen a lot of positive impressions of Nvidia technology like DLSS or AMD's CAS, and I just had a thought. I use CRT shaders quite often when using emulation, and I even watch low resolution youtube content through retroarch so I can use the CRT shader to get a vastly improved quality output. ...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
16 Mar 2021, 16:35
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Why Can't/Don't OLED's have short light times?
Replies: 13
Views: 2746

Re: Why Can't/Don't OLED's have short light times?

I don't think it would be that bulky, since you wouldn't be using the MEMS scanner to draw an image on a wall like with the projector, but just to draw a line of bright white light that you could sweep from top to bottom. That little projector is tiny, and today you can buy one for $260 retail. If t...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
15 Mar 2021, 19:13
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Why Can't/Don't OLED's have short light times?
Replies: 13
Views: 2746

Re: Why Can't/Don't OLED's have short light times?

"I've seen the Sony 10,000nit prototype LCD, and no OLED can get as bright as that." Chief, I had a thought. That 10,000 nit backlight has to be power hungry, and hot. Would it be feasible to take a MEMS laser scanning system and instead of drawing an image directly (like a Nebra Anybeam) shine the ...
by blurfreeCRTGimp
17 Jan 2021, 16:23
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: LPD: Laser Phosphor Display - Successor to CRT?
Replies: 40
Views: 10194

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

If you used an OLED as a backlight that was monochrome, but then used an LCD for a color shutter couldn't you get much better response times for GTG and color transitions? Since OLED has like .2ms transition time from White to black, if you used an LCD as a color shutter like an old LCCS CRT?
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: 1063

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: 1063

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?