Good point Mr. Nelson.
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7/2/05 at 11:51am
Originally Posted by jacksonian
I will defer to your opinion since you obviously have MUCH more experience with projectors than I do. But, sticking with my pragmatic theme, I'll believe it when I see it. I've been underwhelmed with upscaling DVD players thus far.
Originally Posted by HorrorScope
Personally I wouldn't be able to tell this difference it I was being given the Pepsi Challenge.
|As films are filmed in native 720p or 1080i, you will be able to see a difference in quantity and clarity of objects. A movie filmed in a native 1080i resolution being displayed on a 720p display will have to be downconverted and will suffer a loss in visual quality.|
|Try plugging a Playstation 3 with native 1920x1080 resolution into a 720p display and you will certainly see a difference vs a native 1080i display.|
Originally Posted by AnthonyP
...as a mathematician (Masters in Mathematics) yes you need to look at the calculations, but in the end if the original model is wrong you are not getting results for reality...