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    12Ms response times? Pfft!

    Check out this article.

    Apparently these LCD panels have response times of 0.01Ms!

    I wonder how long it will take them to make bigger displays for LCD monitors?

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    Hehe, interesting. So that's yet another technology in displays coming out!

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    for those of you were bad at maths, 1000/respose = framerate

    i.e. 12msec = 83.333fps
    0.01msec = 100,000fps

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    Bear in mind though that you'll need a mighty fine gfx card to do 100,000 fps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twigman
    Bear in mind though that you'll need a mighty fine gfx card to do 100,000 fps.
    Geforce 4 MX, then. :-)

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    You might need to turn vsync off to get that many.

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    Been to many lectures about organic semiconductors used in these displays. Avecia do a lot of work on them, however the only product on the market using them atm is a shaver.

    Bear in mind, the displays are flexible, so they can be moudled around any shaped product almost.

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    Flexable enough to fold up and put in your pocket? I don't think we're there yet but that would be cool.
    I don't mean to sound cold, or cruel, or vicious, but I am so that's the way it comes out.

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