Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Jonny1973, Jun 1, 2005.
Well that will certainly put the cat among the pigeons.
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I wonder if they will use that technology with the upcoming D5 panels, or if this is just a prototype to show of what can be done in the future.
From the article: The LCD panel in the prototype is manufactured using the company's D5 next-generation high-temperature polycrystalline Si TFT panel process technology.
the end for DLP?
Yeah right and Mike Tyson's taking ballet classes
It looks very promising, but the gapes between pixels still isn't too good:
That means 48% of the image is gaps between the pixels. Probably not a huge problem by any means with 1080 res though.
If that CR is attainable without an iris, then it's another great leap for LCD, though I expect it to be somewhat lower when calibrated correctly for video. Considering that a correctly calibrated G90 CRT can achieve around 8500:1 CR, this new process may be around that figure and could possibly be approaching similar black levels too. I just wonder if it can perform as well as front projection as this prototype was a rear pro.
Interesting times ahead.
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