Originally Posted by 7625 QSC
This hold-type motion blur happens not on the LCD screens but in human eyes, so it cannot be captured by a still camera and therefore is physiological. Even if response time is reduced to zero, motion-blur will be observed.
So it appears, LCDs don't suffer from motion blur but the brain does.
Here are the names of 2 papers that provided this information:
LCD MOTION BLUR MODELING AND ANALYSIS - Sharp Labs of America
Nonlinearity compensated smooth frame insertion for motion-blur reduction in LCD - Samsung Electronics Co
That is very interesting. Thanks for the information.
However, if motion blur would still occur in the mind, even with a zero response time, then I still don't see why it doesn't happen with plasmas too.