Because an LCD display can't reproduce true, pitch-black without turning off its backlighting, our image engineers have gone to exceptional lengths to ensure that our screens are capable of doing just that.
Bang & Olufsen's LCD backlighting is divided into segments that can be dimmed or switched off individually. When an area of the screen needs to appear darker the specific segment can be targeted. Even when darker areas wander across the screen, the corresponding backlight segments are dimmed accordingly. Not only is this energy efficient, it also ensures extraordinary and consistent contrast.
In the darkness of the cinema we happily forget that a movie is simply a series of images projected 24 times per second. In the living room, under the scrutiny of bright lights, however, our eyes are keener and our brains far less forgiving. Suddenly, 24 images per second don’t appear as fluid, especially with scenes involving high speed action.
Bang & Olufsen’s Adaptive Judder Cancellation was engineered to mimic the incredible interaction between eyes and brain. Our sophisticated technology interpolates additional frames from the original source imagery and removes judder by increasing playback speed according to the lighting conditions in the room.
Prepare to enter a new dimension in 3D entertainment. The world's leading image specialists have done their utmost to challenge your perception of reality, constantly cross-checking the 3D image on a BeoVision 11 against lighting data from the room to deliver unparalleled, immersive depth and quality.
The combination of the 3D optical effect and the tinted 3D eyeware can make the appearance of 3D images much darker than desired. Bang & Olufsen dynamically adjust contrast to compensate for this, achieving a far more pleasing result than the conventional method of simply boosting backlighting.