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Date: 23 August 2014
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The goal of game designers is to produce games with an authentic, realistic experience, creating the feeling of being fully immersed in the game world. HD image technology allows designers to create seamless environments that are brimming with minute detail and thrilling action. Now you can almost feel yourself throwing the ball down a football field, commanding your forces in battle, or racing your car through city streets.
Many of the current generation of games are 720p-ready.

The number 720 means the number of horizontal bands that compose the image, while "p" denotes that the image is "progressive scan," which means that the entire image is repainted at once, rather than line by line, which is typical of older, interlace image methods. Unlike interlace images, progressive scan images are not subject to flickering and have a significantly higher resolution, resulting in a sharper image and increased detail. Another benefit of 720p HD televisions is the ability to seamlessly convey fast, high-action game sequences that could look slow or choppy on a lesser television. As a result, games look more like movies and less like cartoons. With the release of the next-generation gaming consoles, there is likely to be an onslaught of games that are optimally viewed at both 720p and 1080p.
DLP® televisions are already available in both 720p and 1080p.

For gamers, this means a television that captures every detail, every movement of the game with razor-sharp clarity, providing an ideal gaming experience. DLP® products are perfect for gamers in other ways as well. In addition to supporting the correct image type, the ultra-fast DLP® chip has an unparalleled 16-microsecond pixel response time, making it ideal for the action-packed and fast-moving scenes in sports and gaming. In addition, HDTVs powered by DLP® technology deliver stunning images with truly accurate color, and DLP® technology is capable of enabling extremely high contrast ratios (up to 12,000:1), resulting in crisper whites, ultra-rich blacks and images that "pop" on-screen.

Finally, unlike CRT and plasma, DLP® technology is insusceptible to burn-in. DLP® HDTV simply has no tube, phosphor or other elements to burn in, so you can play games for hours without damaging the screen.

Company Details

Few companies can match the 75-year record of innovations from the inventive minds at Texas Instruments. These advances include such world-changing innovations as the first integrated circuit and the first electronic handheld calculator.

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