Building a strobed 2048x1536@160Hz LCD

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rabidz7
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Building a strobed 2048x1536@160Hz LCD

Post by rabidz7 » 21 Apr 2015, 07:41

Assuming that I can get a driver board capable of running the panel at 2048x1536@160Hz, how difficult would it be to install a strobe backlight? Is the response time on the NL204153AC21-25 even fast enough to allow strobing at 160Hz?
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Re: Building a strobed 2048x1536@160Hz LCD

Post by spacediver » 21 Apr 2015, 17:26

why are you so obsessed with refresh rate? There are so many other more important things about a display than its refresh.

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Re: Building a strobed 2048x1536@160Hz LCD

Post by sharknice » 21 Apr 2015, 20:54

40 ms
Lol! strobe it at 25 fps

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Re: Building a strobed 2048x1536@160Hz LCD

Post by rabidz7 » 28 Apr 2015, 07:55

spacediver wrote:why are you so obsessed with refresh rate? There are so many other more important things about a display than its refresh.
I am aware that there is more to displays than refresh rate. I think a high-res, high-refresh rate 4:3 LCD would be an interesting idea.
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