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A scan line (also scanline) is one line, or row, in a raster scanning pattern, such as a line of video on a cathode ray tube (CRT) display of a television set or computer monitor. On CRT screens the horizontal scan lines are visually discernible, even when viewed from a distance, as alternating colored lines and black lines, especially when a progressive scan signal with below maximum vertical resolution is displayed. This is sometimes used today as a visual effect in computer graphics.

Stereo assist with rolling shutters

An imaging system for a vehicle may include a first image capture device having a first field of view and configured to acquire a first image relative to a scene associated with the vehicle, the first image being acquired as a first series of image scan lines captured using a rolling shutter. The imaging system may also include a second image capture device having a second field of view different from the first field of view and that at least partially overlaps the first field of view, the second image capture device being configured to acquire a second image relative to the scene associated with the vehicle, the second image being acquired as a second series of image scan lines captured using a rolling shutter. As a result of overlap between the first field of view and the second field of view, a first overlap portion of the first image corresponds with a second overlap portion of the second image. The first image capture device has a first scan rate associated with acquisition of the first series of image scan lines that is different from a second scan rate associated with acquisition of the second series of image scan lines, such that the first image capture device acquires the first overlap portion of the first image over a period of time during which the second overlap portion of the second image is acquired.
Owner:MOBILEYE VISION TECH LTD

Organic light emitting display and driving method thereof

An organic light emitting display includes a pixel unit including a plurality of pixels arranged at intersecting points of data lines, scan lines and light emitting control lines; a temperature sensor provided to measure a temperature of the pixel unit; a first analog/digital converter (first ADC) to convert information of the temperature measured in the temperature sensor into a first digital value; a controller to receive the first digital value outputted from the first ADC and outputting a control signal corresponding to the received first digital value; a sensing unit to extract a degradation level of an organic light emitting diode included in each of the pixels; a second analog/digital converter (second ADC) to receive information of the degradation of the organic light emitting diode extracted from the sensing unit and a control signal outputted from the controller and generating a second digital value corresponding to the information of the degradation of the organic light emitting diode that is varied according to the temperature; a conversion unit to convert an input data (Data) into a correction data (Data′) so as to display an image having uniform luminance regardless of the changes in the degradation level of the organic light emitting diode according to temperature, by using the second digital value outputted from the second ADC; a data driver to receive the correction data (Data′) outputted from the conversion unit and generating data signals to be supplied to the pixels.
Owner:SAMSUNG DISPLAY CO LTD +1

Method and apparatus for anti-aliasing in a graphics system

A graphics system including a custom graphics and audio processor produces exciting 2D and 3D graphics and surround sound. The system includes a graphics and audio processor including a 3D graphics pipeline and an audio digital signal processor. The system achieves highly efficient full-scene anti-aliasing by implementing a programmable-location super-sampling arrangement and using a selectable-weight vertical-pixel support area blending filter. For a 2×2 pixel group (quad), the locations of three samples within each super-sampled pixel are individually selectable. A twelve-bit multi-sample coverage mask is used to determine which of twelve samples within a pixel quad are enabled based on the portions of each pixel occupied by a primitive fragment and any pre-computed z-buffering. Each super-sampled pixel is filtered during a copy-out operation from a local memory to an external frame buffer using a pixel blending filter arrangement that combines seven samples from three vertically arranged pixels. Three samples are taken from the current pixel, two samples are taken from a pixel immediately above the current pixel and two samples are taken from a pixel immediately below the current pixel. A weighted average is then computed based on the enabled samples to determine the final color for the pixel. The weight coefficients used in the blending filter are also individually programmable. De-flickering of thin one-pixel tall horizontal lines for interlaced video displays is also accomplished by using the pixel blending filter to blend color samples from pixels in alternate scan lines.
Owner:NINTENDO CO LTD
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