QXGA


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Related to QXGA: Qvga, HVGA, UXGA, WSXGA, WXGA, SXGA, Display resolution

QXGA

(Quad XGA) A resolution of 2048x1526 pixels, which is four (quad) times the total number of pixels in the XGA standard (1024x768). See XGA and screen resolution.
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83" QXGA microdisplay is ideal for the world's highest performance near-to-eye applications such as ultra-wide field of view head mounted displays for immersive gaming and military training applications and electronic viewfinders for medical imaging and cinematography cameras.
Our new QXGA microdisplay offers the highest resolution available in the near-to-eye microdisplay market," said Greg Truman, FDD's chief executive officer.
Supports as many as three HD displays and up to QXGA (2048x1536) resolution; HDMI supporting stereoscopic 3D
Utilizing the Sony Micro Device SXRD QXGA LCOS panel enables VDC DS to provide cost effective, high quality, high definition, high contrast, excellent black levels and 4:3 ratio simulation projection systems.
The new EL5367 drives resolutions greater than QXGA (2048 pixel x 1536 pixel video graphics standard) at Gain of 2 for very high-speed video and monitor applications.
In video mode, ET8EE6-AS offers high-speed 15-frames per second (fps) in QXGA output, and 30fps in 3-to-1 vertical pixel binning.
This allows video designers to extend video resolution to QXGA (2048 x 1536) and beyond.
In addition to beautiful DVD movies, clear, legible characters, smooth 3D graphic rendering, progressive and high-definition digital video, it also provides simultaneous video output (without panning) for viewing on an external monitor or projector up to 2048 x 1536 QXGA with 16.
Other Features Other features include the following: * In video mode, capable of a high-speed frame rate of 15 frames per second (fps) at QXGA output and 30fps at 3-to-1 vertical pixel binning * To support simplified design of an optimized camera system, incorporates automatic blemish correction and detection, gain control and lens shading compensation * To support a flexible input clock, incorporates a phase locked loop circuit * Can use with a companion Toshiba image signal processor (ISP) chip that provides YUV or JPEG encoded data or employ another suitable external ISP chip Toshiba Dynastron CMOS Image Sensors