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I was just thinking. Since the new Sony GWIII's have more pixels, assuming pixel area is the same as with the GWII, the space between each pixel Must decrease.Therefore, the screen door effect should be less apparent on the new GW's. No?Yes?
 

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Did the math and got an increase of 4% of screen area covered by pixels. Guess it is negligable.
 

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The new Hitachi LCD is supposed to have the same pixel count as the GWIII and the 1366x768 native rez too, in case you want to see if the screen door effect is visible.


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I guess if you increase the pixel, the dividers that seperate each pixel are also increased, so the screen door effect is just smaller with a higher pixel count.
 

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Those dividers are where the transistors and connectors located to switch each pixels. You just can not eliminate them and only so much you can do to make them as small as possible. On the other hand, LCoS uses reflective technology so that these transistors and connectors can hide behind each liquid pixels and leaves almost no dividers between pixels.
 

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Originally posted by Foxbat121
You can never eliminate SDE on transmissive LCD panels no matter how high the pixel density is.
That is false, though of course the effect is simply not a problem.

You could design a lens that had aberrations such that it would

spread out the pixels to fill in the gaps. A rather silly undertaking.


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