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post #21 of 37 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 12:35 PM
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16ms input lag

That's probably not gonna fly in gaming circles.
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That's on par with most high-end displays. "Game Mode" on most high-end TV's still still in the 20ms range or higher.
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If they can make them more efficient and cost effective, this technology sounds very promising. Maybe combine this with mini-led tech for the ultimate combo? You could just hook up a leaf blower to the back to keep temps in check.
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That's on par with most high-end displays. "Game Mode" on most high-end TV's still still in the 20ms range or higher.
Oleds at ~2.5ms response time. Also, is a TV seems like a low bar to aim for.
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If they can make them more efficient and cost effective, this technology sounds very promising. Maybe combine this with mini-led tech for the ultimate combo? You could just hook up a leaf blower to the back to keep temps in check.
The point is you dont need thousands of zones with dual LCD layers. The second layer is basically like a masking layer that each pixel becomes a lighting zone. If they use a 4k main panel and 1080p back panel, then you have 2 million zones. If they use dual 4k panels you have over 8 million zones. It effectively becomes like an OLED panel, where each pixel is specifically lit. Only instead of like OLED where the individual pixel provides the light, this tech is working the opposite way where you start with light, and you are darkening each individual pixel. The second panel is also not just transparent/opaque, but a greyscale panel so that specific amounts of brightness can be let through on each pixel which greatly extends the contrast ratio and allows much higher levels of greyscale detail within the image.


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Oleds at ~2.5ms response time. Also, is a TV seems like a low bar to aim for.

I think you might be confusing total delay with response time, the former being the time between output from the video card and the having the image displayed.

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I think you might be confusing total delay with response time, the former being the time between output from the video card and the having the image displayed.
You are right, I derped! 16ms input pretty solid.

Hopefully they can lower the response times a bit as well, which is one of the best parts of OLED (which, I honestly never see talked about; the X27 Predator is at ~10ms, while the OLEDs are sub-3ms).
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cuz oled gaming monitors are...where? aren't the only oleds giant multi thousand dollar televisions?

i think that's why no ones talking about it. OLED won't be a discussion until someone brings it to my desk for $999-$1,499.99.

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cuz oled gaming monitors are...where? aren't the only oleds giant multi thousand dollar televisions?

i think that's why no ones talking about it. OLED won't be a discussion until someone brings it to my desk for $999-$1,499.99.
Waiting for LG to open those sweet 48" plants. Probably a bit bigger than I need/want; but it should be amazing.
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