Plasma with detail

December 2003
Management Services;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p29
Academic Journal
The article presents information on the technology used by NEC for its plasma screens--PlasmaSync plasma presentation screens from NEC. The plasma screens claim to bring a new finesse in definition to this technology. The XGA standard screens come in 42-inch, 50-inch and 61-inch widths. NEC says a new manufacturing technology is to blame for the new levels of functionality and performance. One of these is a unique Gamma-12 technology, which allows the screens to resolve 4096 shades of greyscale, presenting much smoother images even in dark areas to deliver distinctively clearer reproduction and considerably reduced distortion. Another technology twist NEC calls AccuCrimson benefits colour reproduction by suppressing orange tones to reproduce a pure red colour. Then Capsulated Colour Filter allows the accurate reproduction of colour to ensure deeper blacks, brighter whites and more vivid colours.


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