In addition, the high-pitched "ting-ting-ting" sound of swords clashing against each other has become far too commonplace in movie sword fights, despite not being even close to realistic. Yet audiences have become so used to the idea that Flynning is what a sword fight actually looks and sounds like that not including it would be viewed as odd.
It's not a consumer product show but rather where manufacturers show off their latest and greatest display technology that will make their way into the upcoming generations of consumer products in the near future.
I spent most of my time in private meetings rather than cruising the show floor, but here are a number of general interest display products that caught my attention. A revolutionary new technology that efficiently increases the color saturation and color gamut of LCDs by up to 50 percent for Smartphones, Tablets, HDTVs, and large monitors.
They use quantum physics to efficiently translate the color spectrum of the LED backlights for LCDs into precise and narrow red, green, and blue spectra for the LCD panel.
This not only efficiently increases the brightness and power efficiency of the display but the narrow spectra should allow the screen's overall reflectance to be reduced.
I saw several display prototypes, including some that should be in production in the near future. Be on the lookout for them Both are in production but not yet available in the USA. The demo videos that were running at the show were seductively spectacular.
We hope to do an in-depth scientific Display Technology evaluation in our Lab sometime soon. Sharp showed a prototype of an incredible It is most likely destined for a notebook, small TV, or a monitor - we'll see where it shows up On the first day LG allowed people to hit their OLED display with a hefty carpenter's rubber mallet to prove how indestructible they are.
But some attendees took that as a challenge and brutally smashed away, so the mallet was taken away for day LG showed a 4. It worked impressively well, with a nice demo that continued to demonstrate good 3D as I changed my viewing position. Displays for Tablets and Notebooks: They are moving to even higher resolutions and becoming more power efficient.
Sharp showed a LG showed a 7 inch x Tablet display and a larger 14 inch x display. Samsung showed two Samsung also showed a larger and impressive x Ultra High Definition x 4K TVs are especially impressive when displayed on very large screens. They are now bright enough and large enough to be used in storefront windows in direct sunlight to entice you to go inside with their colorful changing and animated content, which is much better and more effective than existing printed signs.
The LG and Sharp displays are both extremely bright at 2, nits, more than 5 times brighter than most Smartphones. LG showed a 47 inch x digital signage LCD display that is also designed not to degrade or blacken due to the heat from direct sunlight, which can affect some LCDs.
Sharp showed their large 60 inch x Digital Signage display.
LG showed a 47 inch x transparent interactive digital signage display with a touch screen acting as a refrigerator door. You can see the refrigerator contents inside and can touch the screen door for more product information on the contents, or presumably to dispense the product in a vending application.
With Sub-Pixel Rendering the individual Red, Green and Blue Sub-Pixels are treated as independent addressable image elements and are not all bound together into specific Pixels. In some cases Sub-Pixel Rendering can make the screen appear to have up to 3 times the resolution of Pixel Rendering.
So the question is how will it compare with the iPad 2, and especially now with the equivalently priced much higher resolution new iPad 3?
I ran the Safari Browser on all 3 displays and compared them side-by-side using the New York Times website front page with its small text. All 3 displays have the same 5. The Windows ClearType p display on the Asus Netbook was significantly sharper than the iPad 2 p display but also significantly less sharp than the new iPad 3 p display.
It is certainly possible that the Microsoft Surface RT Tablet will perform better than the Asus Netbook, but it is very unlikely that it will turn out to be visually sharper than the new iPad 3. On the other hand the Windows Pro version of Surface will have a x PPI screen, and it is quite possible that it will be comparable in sharpness to the new iPad 3 with x PPI.
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