DLP vs LCoS HDTVs

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 04 2006 @ 04:22 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sound and Vision Magazine compares the DLP with the LCoS HDTV technology:
One debate we hoped to squelch with this test was whether DLP could match LCoS on image detail. Both sets are spec'd at the 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution that defines a 1080p display, but they deliver the image differently. LCoS TVs use microdisplay chips that have a discrete 1,920 x 1,080-pixel grid; all the pixels on the chip appear simultaneously on the screen. DLP currently achieves 1080p resolution using a technique called "wobulation": the pixels are split between two fields flashed up in rapid succession, each with half the total pixels..
Read on over here.


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