Mark Rejhon, a display researcher, has worked in the home theater industry at various times in the past, including Stewart Filmscreen, AVSCIENCE Forum, Key Digital, TAW, and several other companies. He was also the moderator of the Home Theater Computer Forum at AVSFORUM from 1999 through 2001.
Scanning backlights is a high-precision real-time technology. Mark Rejhon has extensive experience in many other real-time technologies including real-time text (www.realjabber.org), real-time stock trading software, and video processing and deinterlacing algorithms. In 2000, he invented the world’s first open-source 3:2 deinterlacing algorithm, for dScaler. Other relevant video-related experience, include work with raster scan-line interrupts in 6502 machine language creating a video game for the Commodore 64, work on the HOLO3DGRAPH PCI video processor card with a Faroudja video processor, and work with CRT projector calibration in 2001.
Mark Rejhon’s extensive programming and electronics background, combined with extensive video knowledge, allows him to have the skills necessary in order design a home-made scanning backlight for a LCD display to reduce motion blur. Mark Rejhon is an associate member of Society for Information Display, www.sid.org.
He also has invented several display testing techniques, including a low-cost pursuit camera now in use by multiple display reviewer websites, as well as developed a 100% web-based motion testing website, TestUFO.
More information about Mark Rejhon can be found in his resume at his www.marky.ca website.