BREAKING: iPhone OLED will have low-persistence VR headset mode!

Many new exciting iPhone news in April 2017:

  1. Apple secret VR Project and VR patents
  2. Apple ordered 70 million OLEDs from Samsung
  3. Apple rumored 3D camera

Blur Busters analysis points to a low-persistence virtual reality headset mode coming to a future iPhone in the form of an optional rolling-scan (strobed) mode for iPhones. It would activate when running a VR application and used with an enhanced “Google Cardboard style” Apple VR headset.

OLED screens are also prone to display motion blur but is easily solved via a pulsed rolling-scan OLED mode. Rolling scan is currently done in Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, to eliminate display-induced motion blur during head-turning in a virtual world.

Motion blur photography of Samsung C24FG70 and C27FG70

A german site, Lim’s Cave has begun using the Blur Busters’ invented pursuit camera technique (peer-reviewed!) to capture some very good display motion blur photography of a Samsung C24FG70 / Samsung C27FG70 monitor.

The Samsung monitors use a motion blur-reduction strobe backlight during “Response Time” setting of “Faster” and “Fastest”.

Photo credit: Lim’s Cave review in German language.

New Motion Blur Reduction FAQ

There are now many dozen gaming monitors with Blur Reduction features, including NVIDIA’s Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB), as well as BENQ’s Blur Reduction / Dynamic Acceleration (dyAC), in addition to older LightBoost.

See our new Display Motion Blur Reduction FAQ.

This new FAQ helps to explain the pros/cons of display Motion Blur Reduction (strobe backlights), what strobe crosstalk is, how to fix amplified microstutters, and help you decide on the best Blur Reduction to look for in a new monitor.