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post #31 of 32 Old 02-05-2009, 08:58 AM
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European models don't have that technology.

They HOWEVER have something that they call as 100hz Double Scan (not that I even know what it does).

Anyways, this is what they say:



Or whatever it says

http://www.panasonic.net/avc/viera/features/europe.html

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Double scan means each frame is displayed twice to reduce flicker. This requires a rearranging of subfield strengths. I have the original patent on this. It is solely to reduce flicker by increasing the "effective" duty cycle.

Here is an example of rearraging subfield strengths to reduce flicker in Plasma displays.


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So what's up with this Panasonic drive method? 3D drive seems to have time for 14 subfields+reset and drive goes from bright to dark. This is possible done to prevent crosstalk between images. Yes I counted only 5 subfields, but this can't be right.

I counted 12 subfields + reset for 2D image, but there seems to be time for ~30 subfields + reset.
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