There is research by Mark Rejhon back in year 2013 about eliminating motion blur during variable refresh rates (aka LightBoost + GSYNC simultaneously). NVIDIA has published a new patent on combining GSYNC and ULMB. An actual demo by NVIDIA occured at CES. Also, the Dell S2716DG has a “bonus bug” that simultaneously enables ULMB and GSYNC. This… Read more »
The photographs on many Blur Busters page (LCD Motion Artifacts, LCD Overdrive Artifacts, 60Hz vs 120Hz vs LightBoost, etc) were captured using a pursuit camera using the pursuit camera track on TestUFO. This Blur Busters invention now is a peer-reviewed paper on ResearchGate. It is co-authored with NOKIA, Keltek and NIST.gov. This Blur Busters testing technique has been… Read more »
For you game programmers out there, this week is the last week for John Carmack’s 120Hz demo contest at Revision 2015! Revision Party is an annual demoparty located in Germany, showing off old-school style demos. This is a contest for the best demo running on a 120Hz LightBoost type display . (Also, check out 120Hz “LightBoost” Projectors)
Our friends at TFTcentral has reviewed the first IPS monitor with GSYNC and blur-reduction strobing (ULMB), the Acer XB270HU. Getting IPS colors, much better quality than TN, while having LightBoost-style blur reduction, is a big draw of this monitor for Blur Busters readers! Check out TFTCentral’s review of the Acer XB270HU!
[EDITOR’S NOTE — Giveaway has ended.] There are 3 days left of the Blur Busters Free 144Hz Monitor Giveaway! This was launched after fixing an overeager registration spam filter. Now forum registration work well! 🙂 1. Register as a new Blur Busters Forum Member 2. Make 5 relevant posts by end of day February 28th, 2015… Read more »
For the first time, a “Better Than 60Hz” ultrawide is finally arriving! (TFTCentral) The Acer Predator XR341CK 34″ ultra-wide 21:9 curved gaming screen with G-SYNC will be arriving Q2 2015, and will provide a new option for gamers who do not want to purchase multiple monitors for surround gaming. The resolution is a whopping 3440×1440,… Read more »