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Old 02-06-2012, 05:35 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by ProDigit View Post
Looks like the Jetbook is using the interpolation between sub pixels.
I'm fairly sure it uses one sub-pixel at a time for black (leaving you potentially with a one sub-pixel wide colour fringe at the interface between a black and white area of an image).

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Originally Posted by ProDigit View Post
It also seems that the pixels are printed angled compared to the ipad where they are in a horizontal/vertical matrix.
...
I think what you're seeing is a checkerboard pattern where two of the RGBW sub-pixels are more visible than the others in the "white" background areas. For instance if they're arranged like this:
Code:
RG|RG|RG
BW|BW|BW
--------
RG|RG|RG
BW|BW|BW
The blue and green might be most visible, so it would look like this:
Code:
 G| G| G
B |B |B 
--------
 G| G| G
B |B |B
At least that's what I think is going on. Good as my camera is for a point and shoot I still haven't quite resolved the sub-pixels properly yet. I need to try a super macro close up, but then lighting gets difficult.

Edited: Found a diagram here: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-n...s-color-ePaper

If this is the final layout of the Triton film then I'd guess we really are seeing the Blue and Green sub-pixels.



I'm now itching to buy a cheap USB microscope...

Andrew

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