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Old 07-08-2008   #3
rex
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Default Re: Anybody know why LCD's suffer from motion blur?

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Originally Posted by Loves2Watch View Post
Response time is the biggest factor.
Right, that is what I thought too. But even the latest LCD's with very fast response times, still have motion blurr. If the response time < 8ms then each pixel has time to fully respond each time the screen is refreshed at 120Hz, because 1/120 = .008 sec = 8ms, approximately.
My hunch is that the motion blurr has something to do with the way the human eye sees images, or processes visual information. Though I don't know why for sure. Nor do I understand the difference with plasmas which don't suffer from motion blurr even at slower refresh rates like 60Hz. Puzzling isn't it?
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