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I like the higher sub-pixel resolution of current displays, but this technology might reduce some of the aliasing effects caused by the underlying pixel pattern.
...hey, someone stuck some fruit in with the display tech.
Displaytech Technical Publications
|25 May 2009, 11:55||
Actually you can deal without a new signaling scheme. If you send grey (#CCCCCC) to your new LCD for 1/60th of a second, then this might be rendered in the following manner:
Madis, I believe in your plans is included rising the screen refresh to 360Hz? Looks like it is a lot of bandwidth, I think that we gonna see a buffered approach first (which is also more stable because the pixels in the PC's VRAM could change in between of the 6 Hz intervals). Also note that your shift registers need to be very long and you are requiring five of them.
(which is also more stable because the pixels in the PC's VRAM could change in between of the 6 Hz intervals)
Sorry, I forgot about the 240 Hz of "radio silence". Yet, it can occur between the first and second cycle of the 6 Hz intervals making an effect even worse than we perceive now when the VBlank isn't waited.
BTW, if I understood you correctly then you have changed the signaling scheme because in the original there is no periods of silence that big.[/edit]
|25 May 2009, 18:47||
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