Hong Kong Story
By Kenneth I. Werner
LCD Facts and Fiction
By Bruce Berkoff
Moving-Picture Response Time and Perceived Motion Blur on LCD Panels
It is only in the last few years that the problem of motion blur became fully understood, but real progress requires an objective measurement technique that predicts what viewers actually see.
By Jun Someya
Making Large-Sized TFT-LCD TVs Better
TFT-LCDs have made rapid and significant advances, becoming the technology of choice for large-screen HDTV applications. But more advanced color simulation tools and image-processing algorithms are making even more improvements possible.
By C. T. Liu, A. Wang, H. J. Hong, Y. J. Hsieh, M. S. Lai, A. Tsai, T. M. Wang, M. J. Jou, W. C. Chang, S. L. Sui, J. H. Liao, and M. F. Tien
Color and Displays in the Space-Time Continuum
Novel methods of synthesizing display color by hybrid color processing in both the spatial and temporal domains can enhance the image quality and improve the performance of color displays.
By Louis D. Silverstein
Dynamic-Scanning Backlighting Makes LCD TV Come Alive
Dynamic scanning takes backlights a step beyond dimming for improved control of motion blur and more precise dynamic contrast control.
By Seyno Sluyterman
Journal of the SID Preview
The papers appearing in the October 2005 issue of the Journal of the SID are previewed.
By Aris Silzars