Originally Posted by drBlahMan
Well this ASUS IPS monitor I'm considering is only 1ms slower than my ASUS 1080p and I must say that it's been good for me when I'm gaming...No complaints but it's time for a monitor upgrade. My gut is telling me to buy the ASUS IPS while the gamer in me is telling me to buy a 3D monitor. This decision is kind of tough at the moment.
Pixel response time do not always necessarily dictate motion blur.
For people who are sensitive to motion blur (e.g. CRT die-hards), the sample-and-hold problem must be considered.
Stroboscopic displays with slower native panel pixel response times, have far less motion blur than non-stroboscopic displays with faster native panel pixel response times.
See the following articles:
BlurBusters: Why Do Some OLED's Have Motion Blur?
-- the sample and hold problem
TFTCentral: Motion Blur Reduction Backlights
-- outperforms yesterday's scanning backlights
As a result, only certain displays, such as LightBoost stroboscopic backlights
can produce the CRT-quality feel of fast panning motions (pans, turns, zoom-by's, etc), fast-moving images that look as sharp as stationary images when you track eyes on them.
Originally Posted by Huguito
when things start to move the "blur" the trailing frames still in picture when a new one is there (i have no idea how to explain it better).. i cant stand it anymore !!!! it actually makes me feel weird and dizzy after a while..
Also see LCD Motion Artifacts 101
-- you might be seeing overdrive artifacts.Edited by mdrejhon - 4/5/13 at 10:16pm