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Subpixel arrangements and color image rendering methods for multiprimary displays

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Gábor Kutas

Pannon University, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, 10 Egyetem Street, H-8200 Veszprem, Hungary

Heui-Keun Choh

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Kyeongki-Do, Yongin-Shi, Kiheung-Eup, Nongseo-Ri, San 14-1, Korea

Youngshin Kwak

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Kyeongki-Do, Yongin-Shi, Kiheung-Eup, Nongseo-Ri, San 14-1, Korea

Peter Bodrogi

Pannon University, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, 10 Egyetem Street, H-8200 Veszprem, Hungary

László Czúni

Pannon University, Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing, 10 Egyetem Street, H-8200 Veszprem, Hungary

J. Electron. Imaging. 15(2), 023002 (April 18, 2006). doi:10.1117/1.2193987
History: Received May 02, 2005; Revised September 23, 2005; Accepted October 27, 2005; Published April 18, 2006
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Design principles are formulated to develop visually optimal multiprimary subpixel architectures. Two new hexagonal subpixel architectures optimized for multiprimary color displays are shown, each designed according to these principles. These new multiprimary pixel architectures are considered to be useful to eliminate the color fringe artifact. They are expected to yield images of better visual quality than previous three primary color architectures including the RGB stripe architecture. A new image rendering method is also formulated for multiprimary subpixel architectures. This method can be used with and without subpixel rendering. An error function is defined enabling proper chromaticity reproduction and enhanced luminance resolution.

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Gábor Kutas ; Heui-Keun Choh ; Youngshin Kwak ; Peter Bodrogi and László Czúni
"Subpixel arrangements and color image rendering methods for multiprimary displays", J. Electron. Imaging. 15(2), 023002 (April 18, 2006). ; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2193987


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