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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Shieh, "A Field Sequential Color LCD Based on Color Fields Arrangement for Color Breakup and Flicker Reduction," Journal of Display Technology, vol.
3LCD projectors also offer greater detail, smoother gradations, no "color breakup" effect, and are easier on viewers' eyes compared to a single-chip projector using a lamp of the same wattage.
*Easy on the Eyes: 3LCD uses 3 color panels to reproduce images without the possibility of any rainbow effect or color breakup. 2010 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
Thermal proofs are adequate to define color breakup -- to view what the headline and background colors are in a general sense only (a green is a green, if not the right green).
e*AaNatural Images: The color reproduction range is wide, and primary colors are faithfully reproduced.Aa Superior gray scale in dark areas enables more natural color reproduction.e*AaEasy on the Eyes: 3LCD uses 3 color panels to reproduce images without the possibility of any rainbow effect or color breakup. 2010 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
Ae*AaNatural Images: The color reproduction range is wide, and primary colors are faithfully reproduced.Aa Superior gray scale in dark areas enables more natural color reproduction.Ae*AaEasy on the Eyes: 3LCD uses 3 color panels to reproduce images without the possibility of any rainbow effect or color breakup. 2010 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)