Well, would not 'upgrading to a better display' show details that were "lost" on a lesser model?
Originally Posted by Josh Z
(you don't have too answer that/just that's where I'm coming from)
In your review you state: "the Darblet will “embed real depth cues in digital images, causing enhanced perception of object shape and ultra clarity.” That’s a fancy way of saying that it adjusts the contrast, luminance and chrominance in a video signal to make the image appear sharper and more detailed".
Too me that means "details & sharpness" that would be lost on another display (in this case, one w/o the Darblet).
Re-reading your review (esp. "to make the image appear sharper and more detailed"), maybe instead of lost I should have just pointed out this device is adding information; not found in the original siginal.
Or, are you stating its merely separating info, too add depth & sharpness?
...they are the same damn movies...
Dr. Kain 08-30-11 5:18 PST