Originally Posted by jake51
So, fake 4K
I already have that
This is a tough one. It's not really fake 4K either. It produces 3840x2160 unique addressable pixels unlike any other e-shift type technology. DLP doesn't display all 3 colors (Red green blue) on screen at the same time either. It quickly flashes through them with a color wheel yet no one calls those fake color.
Most pixel shifting tech isn't the same as this. Eshift and epson's copycat shifting don't produce 4K worth of addressable pixels. The 0.66 version claims it does, but it's not a multiple of 4 and its still just pixel shifting 2 way so while it's better than e-shift, its still not what I'd consider true 4K. But anything that uses the 0.47 DMD chip I consider close enough to true 4K as they have a full 3840x2160 pixels that make up the whole image and something like 4K desktop looks 4K like. The only negative from this vs Sony/JVC true 4K panels is the pixels are larger on the 0.47 chip so it's got some level of overlap.
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