Without video display processing, high resolution screens actually make quality destroying video artifacts more noticeable

More and more consumers are choosing their smartphones, tablets, pods, pads and ultrabooks over their flat screen televisions for more immediate and on-the-go access to news, entertainment and sports, it’s not a great viewing experience. That’s because the video processing technology used to delivery vibrant stunning ultra-realistic looking images on TVs and home theater equipment simply hasn’t been built into mobile devices. In fact, mobile devices lack the Video Display Processing pipelines required to deliver high quality video. But all that’s about to change…more…

High Resolution Displays and Moving Images

Is higher resolution needed to convey true realism in video displays?
This white paper analyzes how moving images are perceived by the viewer and why motion images require a higher resolution than static images to ensure artifacts caused by display’s pixelated nature don’t impair the realism effect.
Unlocking the full potential of 4K: Do 4K displays make sense for mobile devices?
Mobile display resolutions continue to increase. This presentation explores what resolution makes sense and why Video Display Processing is required.