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Sony develops high framerate SXRD

April 11th, 2007 · No Comments

Sony’s technology, seen in both front projectors and microdisplay rear projection TVs, already has an enviable reputation, but now the company says that its proprietary LCOS-based chipsets can perform even better.
A new high framerate version of SXRD doubles the frame rate of 1080p images for reduced macro-blocking in fast moving images with no loss of resolution. The newly developed 0.61 full HD SXRD chipset, designed for 60Hz territories, runs at 120Hz and has a pixel pitch of 2:7 millimicrons and pixel spacing of 0.35 millimicrons. According to recently released specifications, 120Hz SXRD will also incoroprate a 240Hz liquid crystal drive system for lag-free motion performance. Expect products using this next-generation SXRD variant to appear in Japan before the end of the year.

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