240 Hz

240 Hz

The frame rate of some modern flat panel TVs. It is based on the same concepts as 120 Hz, except that there are more frames created in between the actual frames. See 120 Hz.
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The new series consists of four monitors, with 27-inch and 24.5-inch variants of two monitor models: The Acer Nitro XV273U S WQHD 165 Hz, and the Acer Nitro XV273 X Full HD 240 Hz.
Earlier TVs used to have 60 refreshes per second, but now they offer 120 Hz, 240 Hz. The idea is that the faster refresh abridges the motion blur in the fast scenes.
Its features also include Dual Play Technology: Two-player split screen gaming on the full screen on the same TV with LG's Dual Play technology, TruMotion (Frame Rate): 240 Hz, Wi-Fi(r) Ready.
Through the analysis of the 3D modal responses, the field data pulsations were found to correspond with the second mode of the choke tube length response near 240 Hz and the nozzle quarter-wave mode near 320 Hz.
The 3D premium in 240 Hz panels for use with shutter glasses has been reduced from over US$50 last year to US$25 this year.
Their LED 7000 series 3-D TV, at 55-inches, had a good picture and decent refresh rate at 240 Hz. However, there were others at the conference that had either sharper pictures or faster refresh rate.
When combined with the company's 240 Hz technology, the display can refresh 480 images per second.
- Continued advancements in LCD TV picture quality with LED backlighting and TruMotion 240 Hz technology
For this tab we used kinematic data for foot angle during cycling (movement frequency 2 Hz, sampled at 240 Hz).
VGA/ PAL is generated at up to 240 Hz, double-VGA or PAL at up to 120 Hz, 720p at up to 120Hz (1/4-inch), and 1080p at 30, 60 and 72 Hz.