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Originally Posted by HustlerThe only way im ever going to get to try all this new stuff is to change career and become a technology journalist.... :D
However if it can go "truly" black, why didn't they use "undefined" to their advantage and not just call it 200,000:1 or whatever? Surely 100,000,000,000:1 would be just as accurate?
Originally Posted by GigantoRWhat shocks me about this is the simple idea behind the design. Are you telling me that nobody had considered dynamic backlighting? Seems to be one of those things where nobody thinks of it for some reason, then somebody comes out of the blue with it and everybody goes "D'oh!" and smacks their forehead.
The concept of a tv having to be watercooled is also pretty wild.
Originally Posted by FirehedTBH I think the HD/LDTV example was a bad one but that's just because I really can't see ANY difference in picture quality.
Originally Posted by Hamishno it is a good example for normal people, you're just blind or something :p :D
that pic of the 2 screens showing a 'pure black' image showed the difference the best i thought :)
Originally Posted by FirehedI've got mixed feelings on their dynamic backlight adjustment intellectual property. I mean, yeah, they should get credit and money for the novel idea, but them monopolizing the tech just irritates me to no end.
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