With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification

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With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification

Post by blurfreeCRTGimp » 12 Jan 2021, 17:19

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?

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Re: With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 13 Jan 2021, 04:41

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.

Also, currently -- at this time -- the 31" OLED is rumored to not have any BFI modes at all.
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Re: With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification

Post by rasmas » 13 Jan 2021, 08:06

31" is a more "normal" size :D , hopefully it leads (fast) to OLED monitor of that size and cheaper (seems it is going to be expensive as is focused on profesional use :/ ). No release date either, and sometimes that means they never release or take a very long time.

Question is when are we going to get a new technology on monitors that look way beter than LCDs and is not as expensive as a plane? xD

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Re: With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification

Post by blurfreeCRTGimp » 13 Jan 2021, 17:10

Chief Blur Buster wrote:
13 Jan 2021, 04:41
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 scan help prevent burn in as well as motion advantages too?

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Re: With LG Announcing a 31 inch OLED will we see Blur Busters Certification

Post by thatoneguy » 14 Jan 2021, 06:29

Chief Blur Buster wrote:
13 Jan 2021, 04:41
Also, currently -- at this time -- the 31" OLED is rumored to not have any BFI modes at all.
The thing is 60hz only. That pretty much rules out any blurbusting features(except maybe a simple bfi mode like the Sony Master OLED monitors where it cuts down the sample-and-hold blur to 8ms)
I think it's aimed at photo editors and stuff like that, not for general use.

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