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Originally Posted by Masterbrew2 /t/1522106/a-led-display/0_60#post_24469854
What's stopping manufacturers from making a display with one LED for every subpixel?
Originally Posted by GregLee /t/1522106/a-led-display/0_60#post_24493512
It's interesting that the Crystal LED display has 400 nits of brightness.
Originally Posted by GregLee /t/1522106/a-led-display#post_24470858
The 1080p monitor Dolby had built for them to test out ideas about "Dolby Vision" did have an individual led backlight for each lcd pixel (as I understand). The acronym for this system is "imled", I think, standing for "individually modulated led", and now some such monitors are available commercially.
Correction: IMLED displays have lots of leds, but not one for each pixel. This one has 2202.