Originally Posted by Auditor55
I can leave my PS3 on my LCD all day and come back and they won't any signs of IR.
Why would you leave a static image on the screen all day, especially if you weren't even there? Grasp at straws much? Yeah, if I left my car running all day with no one in it, it'd run out of gas having not gone anywhere. What crappy mileage!
I used my Kuro for a Power Point presenation and had IR like mad. I will never do that I again.
Unless you did that when it was brand new, I don't believe you. I frequently hook my Dell laptop into the Kuro and browse the web. I've left desktop windows stationary for hours at a time. No IR, ever.
No, it is not exactly how pixel orbit works, at least for Pioneer. It is not like pixels are vibrating in all directions for 1 or 2 pixel (that was what I thought at the beginning). In Pioneer's implementation, the whole image shifts one pixel about every 1 second or 2. Then the image shifting keeps circling in the range of dozens of pixels. In dot-to-dot mode, you can see there is a small finger wide black at the edge of the screen when the image shifts to the other side at max range. I would say the shifting range is quite big.
It's not that big, and certainly not enough to do much of anything against black bars, large, solid-colored logos, etc.
But as I've said, I worry about none of that. I watch what I what, when I want, how I want, and I've never had even a slight IR issue. If you want to get worked up over such possibilities, so be it. I'll continue to enjoy my display happily.