Sub-pixel Rendering


INT is a New Player for High-Density Displays

by Chris Chinnock

I recently had a chance to speak with executives from a new company, Taiwan-based INT Tech, which is short for Innovation and Transformation. They are a technology development house that has created AMOLED displays …

Tags:Augmented Reality| OLEDs| Sub-pixel Rendering| Virtual Reality

Insight Media Examines Sub-Pixel Rendering

by Tom Allen

Insight Media has published a new white paper on sub-pixel rendering. The document both discusses the technology itself, various methods of SPR and provides details on products using these techniques. These include smartphones, tablets, …

Tags:Back Panel| Insight Media| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Sub-pixel Rendering| Vol 23 - Issue 28

UDC Works on Hybrid OLED Approach

by Bob Raikes

Up to now, OLED makers have been making OLEDs using technologies that are effectively limited by the barrier in fine metal mask patterning that Kodak (and its Sanyo Kodak subsidiary) hit several years ago. …

Tags:OLEDs| Sub-pixel Rendering| UDC| Vol 23 - Issue 18

Resolved! No More Dot Counting!

by Candice H. Brown Elliot

There is a common misconception how resolution in a display is defined, “dot counting”, in which one examines the physical addressable architecture of a display, group a red, a green, and a blue subpixel, …

Tags:Resolution| Sub-pixel Rendering| Vol 22 - Issue 46

Pseudo UHD: Watch Out for Ultra HD TVs with Reduced Resolution!

by Florian Friedrich

It’s true, UHD TVs with a reduced subpixel count really do exist. And it seems that even the well-known brand LG has no qualms about launching Ultra HD televisions with cut-down definition. Could this …

Tags:Sub-pixel Rendering| TV (Television)| UltraHD (4KTV)| Vol 22 - Issue 44

Do RGBW Pixel Architectures Compromise Color Performance?

by Chris Chinnock

One would think that the mixing of a white subpixel element in an RGBW LCD (or OLED) architecture might “pollute” the color gamut of the display leading to washed out color performance. However, we …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| RGBW| SID Display Week 2015| Sub-pixel Rendering| Vol 22 - Issue 24

The Display Resolution War – How much resolution is enough? (Part 2)

by Candice H. Brown Elliot

In my last article (The Display Resolution War – How much resolution is enough?), I argued that mobile displays will continue to increase in resolution to 1200dpi because the human vision system can see …

Tags:Metamerism| Resolution| Smartphones| Sub-pixel Rendering| Vol 22 - Issue 09