Media Coverage of LightBoost


Archives: Historical Information from 2013

For newer 2017 information, see Motion Blur Reduction FAQ.

LightBoost strobe backlights started arriving in gaming computer monitors, as a revolutionary new method of LCD motion blur elimination beginning in 2013.

LightBoost eliminate LCD motion blur during 2D video gaming, even though this feature was originally designed for 3D Vision. Many models of 120 Hz computer monitors now include a strobe backlight mode that completely bypass LCD pixel response limitations (high speed video). Better motion clarity can provide a competitive advantage during online FPS gaming. For more information, see LightBoost HOWTO.

International Media Coverage 

Media coverage about LightBoost motion clarity, written in another language than English.

Other Related Coverage About Strobe Backlights

While not specific to LightBoost strobe backlights, these are major people in the game industry who have discussed about strobe flashing as a method of reducing motion blur.

User Reviews and Testimonials 

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