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Are FPR and IPS living up to the hype they created before the launch?

Tags: ips, fpr, news & events
Asked by Masuda Gaffoor, 30 Dec '11 06:39 pm
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Of course, LG has come up with a completely new generation of TVs. The FPR glasses are light, comfortable and much better looking. IPS aligns the LCD crystals in a way which makes it thinner. This creates dynamic visuals, unbeatable sharpness and faultless colour restoration.
Answered by Fatima Gaffoor, 30 Dec '11 06:45 pm

 
  
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Nothing beats LG's IPS screens when playing games on my console or watching the Grand Prix. It has a wider viewing angle and an insane response time which churns out vivid and life like images on it's clear black screen.
Answered by Noor Billah, 30 Dec '11 06:44 pm

 
  
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My favourite part is the LG FPR glasses, they are ubercool when compared to the older 3D glasses, which were ugly as hell. Since the glasses used by LG do not need any electronic components to work the designers can make them as sleek as they want.
Answered by Jahanara Haji, 30 Dec '11 06:43 pm

 
  
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Yes, the FPR and IPS technology gets rid of what we call 'crosstalk' . Crosstalk happens when there is a lag between the switching time of the TV and the glasses. This used to lead to 'ghost' images in both eyes. This has been completely solved in the new LG TVs.
Answered by Bano Batin, 30 Dec '11 06:42 pm

 
  
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Definitely! The conventional Active-shutter 3D glasses are like LCD screens which flicker rapidly. Due to this even other lights in your field of vision will appear to flicker. Even if we forget the image quality for a moment, you will not be able to ignore the splitting headache which this will give you.
Answered by Ikram Basheer, 30 Dec '11 06:41 pm

 
  
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