[visionlist] LCD / OLED monitors for vision science

Joe MacInnes macinnes.j at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 12:46:08 -04 2020

Hi Rufin,
Many modern 'gaming' monitors (120hz or better) have a setting called
'lightboost' to get rid of afterimage effects.You can see a demo of
the difference it makes here
and a blog with more details here

On Mon, 9 Nov 2020 at 19:38, Rufin Vogels <rufin.vogels at kuleuven.be> wrote:
> Hi, we are still using CRTs for stimulus presentation but want to switch to more modern technology. We have been testing some LCD displays (LG 27GN750 UltraGear (IPS panel) & iiyama G-Master Red Eagle GB2760QSU-B1 (TN) panel)) recently but when tested with an alternating black-white square ( e.g. at 30 Hz for several seconds) all show a dim flickering “afterimage” (physically present and measurable!) at the stimulated location for up to a minute. Does anyone know LCD (or OLED) monitors that have decent performance (for motion stimuli) and do not show such disturbing effects?
> Thanks,
> Rufin
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