color breakup

color breakup

[′kəl·ər ‚brāk‚əp]
(communications)
A transient or dynamic distortion of the color in a color television picture that can originate in videotape equipment, a television camera, or a receiver.
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Suppressing color breakup, the LVF assures stunning image view for any subject or scene.
Easy on the Eyes: 3LCD uses 3 color panels to reproduce images without the possibility of any rainbow effect or color breakup.
Unlike competitive technologies, MicroVision's laser display technology produces images that are always in focus with no color breakup even in constant motion and on uneven display surfaces--two critical criteria for mobile gaming applications.
In this demonstration, frame sequential color (FSC), PenTile[R] technology, and RGB local dimming have been combined to produce a TV display technology that features a wider array of colors, virtually eliminates color breakup, and operates at approximately 25 percent of the power of legacy LCD TV technology.
This also allows for high frame rates, TMOS displays have operated at over 120 video frames per second, and novel FSC algorithms to eliminate color breakup.
MicroVision's laser-scanning technology is ideally suited for embedded mobile applications as its images are always in focus even under constant motion and colors are created instantaneously, avoiding color breakup other technologies experience when the projector or the viewer's head moves.
Additionally, since 3LCD technology simultaneously projects three full-time red, green and blue images, there is no color breakup or "rainbow effect" that may cause eyestrain or visual fatigue.
Lasers also instantly create colors, avoiding color breakup other technologies experience when the projector or the viewer's head moves.
Supporting a high image refresh rate of 120 Hz, the image is effectively free of flicker and color breakup, and its high fill factor of 93% delivers seamless images without the pixelation found in color-filter-based transmissive and OLED-on-silicon displays.
LAS VEGAS -- Using Three Projection Panels Instead of One, 3LCD Delivers Brilliant Pictures with Natural Image Quality, Razor-Sharp Detail and Rich Color that is Free of Color Breakup
Supporting a high image refresh rate of 120 Hz, the image is effectively free of flicker and color breakup, and its high fill factor of 93% delivers seamless images without the pixelation found in color filter-based transmissive and OLED-on-silicon displays, Brillian microdisplays are ideally suited to the unique demands of both HMD and electronic viewfinder applications.