[visionlist] CRT monitor solutions
sol at sr-research.com
Wed Nov 11 03:00:14 PST 2009
We used the BBTK (http://www.blackboxtoolkit.co.uk/) to test the timing
using photo sensors and TTL outputs from our Experiment Builder program to
test both absolute timing ( i.e. is it really running at 120 Hz) and
relative timing (i.e. does the start of a physical screen update match when
Experiment Builder software says it is starting).
It would be great if someone else could also do some empirical tests on
these monitors to validate our findings.
From: Michael Bach [mailto:Michael.Bach at uni-freiburg.de]
Sent: November-11-09 5:50 AM
To: Sol Simpson
Subject: Re: [visionlist] CRT monitor solutions
> There are true 120 hz LCD monitors available now:
> Samsung 2233RZ
> ViewSonic VX2265wm
Thank you for this information, excellent! How were you able to unearth the
information that they do not have internal frame buffering, is this
advertised by the manufacturers? It doesn't say so on their sites, nor in
the user manuals.
Anyway, thank you very much!
Prof. Michael Bach PhD, Ophthalmology, University of Freiburg, Killianstr.
5, 79106 Freiburg, Germany.
President of ISCEV <http://www.iscev.org/>
Visual illusions: <http://www.michaelbach.de/ot/>
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