120 Hz OLED TV and Vertigo/motion sickness

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Monstructs
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Re: 120 Hz OLED TV and Vertigo/motion sickness

Post by Monstructs » 13 Sep 2021, 07:21

I found this thread while searching for a solution to my monitor sickness with my new LG C1 48” OLED. I’m coming from a 50” Samsung LED UN50H6350. I tuned the tv using setting from Rtings.com. Any advice @chief blur buster ?

I still have about 25 days to return the tv if necessary.

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Re: 120 Hz OLED TV and Vertigo/motion sickness

Post by RonsonPL » 13 Sep 2021, 16:01

Monstructs wrote:
13 Sep 2021, 07:21
I found this thread while searching for a solution to my monitor sickness with my new LG C1 48” OLED. I’m coming from a 50” Samsung LED UN50H6350. I tuned the tv using setting from Rtings.com. Any advice @chief blur buster ?

I still have about 25 days to return the tv if necessary.

Take a look at this:
https://youtu.be/Qtve0u3GJ9Y?t=815

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They say the image in motion is great. I don't know what you guys are doing wrong. Maybe you did not enable the "black frame insertion" low persistence mode?

Also, a guy from Digital Foundry, who a veteran who still uses CRTs at home, says the feature works great on OLED TVs.

(at least in terms of 2020 and 2021 LG OLED TV models)

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Re: 120 Hz OLED TV and Vertigo/motion sickness

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 14 Sep 2021, 22:55

Monstructs wrote:
13 Sep 2021, 07:21
I found this thread while searching for a solution to my monitor sickness with my new LG C1 48” OLED. I’m coming from a 50” Samsung LED UN50H6350. I tuned the tv using setting from Rtings.com. Any advice @chief blur buster ?

I still have about 25 days to return the tv if necessary.
What is your viewing distance? Increase/decrease and see if it affects things, same problem will occur with LCD too.

Make sure motion interpolation is disabled, and use a computer to test.

1. Test only 60fps material at 60Hz (BFI disabled)

2. Test only 120fps material at 120Hz (BFI disabled)

3. Test motion blur reduction (Black frame insertion) with framerate=Hz material, preferably with 120fps 120Hz

Do any of the above fix motion sickness?
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