ARTICLE: Stroboscopic Effect Of Finite-Framerate Displays

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ARTICLE: Stroboscopic Effect Of Finite-Framerate Displays

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 24 Sep 2019, 15:06

It was time for me to write one of those flagship Blur Busters articles that the advanced readership loves so much -- and perks the ears of educated writers, researchers & scientists.

The Stroboscopic Effect Of Finite-Framerate Displays
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Re: ARTICLE: Stroboscopic Effect Of Finite-Framerate Display

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 24 Sep 2019, 15:07

Wow --

Even at this early juncture, this article is apparently getting rave reviews by Blur Busters twitterverse, including employees of NVIDIA and media websites (e.g. Digital Foundry). I try to explain things better than the average website!

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Re: ARTICLE: Stroboscopic Effect Of Finite-Framerate Display

Post by Jason38 » 24 Sep 2019, 19:00

Chief Blur Buster wrote:Wow --

Even at this early juncture, this article is apparently getting rave reviews by Blur Busters twitterverse, including employees of NVIDIA and media websites (e.g. Digital Foundry). I try to explain things better than the average website!

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Congrats! You deserve this praise! If it wasn't for you and your website I don't think I would have ever figured out why I couldn't tolerate LED screens. Now I can use a LED monitor with no issues and I'm pretty sure I have narrowed down what my exact issues are for buying future monitors. I'm so glad that you educate the right people so they can make better products.

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