Mythbusting - Just the Facts on Plasma TV Performance The digital television market is rife with misinformation and inaccurate perceptions of the performance capabilities of different display technologiesÃÂ‚ï¿½in particular, plasma televisions. Through extensive testing, IDC generated quantitative data on the video capabilities of current generation plasma TVs, LCD TVs and microdisplay (MD) rear projection TVs. The objective was to show the strengths and weaknesses of the technologies in real-world viewing environments. The results show that commonly voiced concerns regarding plasma picture quality and viability were not found to exist in a sampling of current products. Plasma picture quality was, in fact, very well suited to common viewing situations.
dnp denmark white paper on Supernova technology & the difference between the two Supernova film typesThe purpose of this white paper is to list and discuss Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½ from a technical and application point of view - the differences between the two different Supernova film types that we are using in the dnp Supernova Screen product portfolio.
LCD-Plasma Display Technology Shoot-OutIf you were shopping for a large-screen HDTV just a few years ago you would have seen mostly Rear Projection HDTVs, based primarily on DLP, LCD and LCoS technologies, plus a fair number of pricey direct-view Plasmas, and maybe a few very expensive direct-view LCDs. ItÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s amazing how the TV industry has abruptly toggled into an entirely different lineup. Now youÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½ll see mostly direct-view LCDs together with a small number of Plasmas. If you look in some back corner you may find a few attractively priced Rear Projection DLP HDTVs. CRT and LCoS technologies are dead for HDTV, and Rear Projection is Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½a dead man walking.Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½