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Comment: Re:Where's The Content? (Score 1) 207

by Twinbee (#47133765) Attached to: 4K Displays Ready For Prime Time
Did you factor in moire effects, thin diagonal non-anti-aliased lines, 20-10 vision, and entire wall-size TVs into your calcs?

If you worried about running out of TV features, try true 240fps for size (not interpolated). 120fps with fast panning shots looks much better than 60fps, and 240fps is getting closer still to life-like movement.

Comment: Re:4k at viewing distance isn't that special (Score 2) 304

by Twinbee (#47084403) Attached to: Is LG's New Ultra Widescreen Display Better Than "Normal" 4K?
Even normal TV programmes have lots of sharp lines and outlines as well as high contrasting bits (e.g: snooker, gates/fences, fireworks, striped/chequered shirt, fireworks, decoration, sunset on the water, grass, crystals, specular reflections on curved objects, and of course lots of text, whether subtitles or as part of the programme). No more (or minimal) moire effects with 4k too.

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