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Enhancing the Visual Experience on the Mobile Computing and Communications Platforms
Achin Bowmik

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Achin Bowmik. "Enhancing the Visual Experience on the Mobile Computing and Communications Platforms". Talk or presentation, 12, February, 2008.

Abstract
Mobile computers have been going through unprecedented advancements in the recent years, marked by an impressive annual volume of >100MU in 2007, which is expected to double in another 4 years. The advent of high-performance notebook computers coupled with the ubiquitous high-speed wireless Internet connectivity is having a profound effect on our daily lives. One of the rapidly proliferating usages among consumers is the creation and consumption of high-quality video content. The mobile computer is challenged to provide superior visual experience to keep pace with the consumer electronics devices, and at the same time, offer prolonged battery life to allow truly un-tethered mobile usage. Currently, the display subsystem of a typical notebook consumes as much as half of the overall system average power. Laptop displays also exhibit blurred video playback, due to the “sample and hold” driving architecture of the LCD and slow response times of the liquid crystals. Intel has developed a suite of advanced video processing algorithms and system-level display power-quality optimization technologies. Integrated in the graphics controller chipsets, these technologies result in superior video quality and reduced display power consumption for longer battery life, thereby significantly enhancing the visual experience for the users of the next-generation mobile computers.

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    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/386.html"
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    Computing and Communications Platforms</i></a>,
    Talk or presentation,  12, February, 2008.
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    Achin Bowmik. "Enhancing the Visual Experience on the
    Mobile Computing and Communications Platforms". Talk or
    presentation,  12, February, 2008.
  • BibTeX
    @presentation{Bowmik08_EnhancingVisualExperienceOnMobileComputingCommunications,
        author = {Achin Bowmik},
        title = {Enhancing the Visual Experience on the Mobile
                  Computing and Communications Platforms},
        day = {12},
        month = {February},
        year = {2008},
        abstract = {Mobile computers have been going through
                  unprecedented advancements in the recent years,
                  marked by an impressive annual volume of >100MU in
                  2007, which is expected to double in another 4
                  years. The advent of high-performance notebook
                  computers coupled with the ubiquitous high-speed
                  wireless Internet connectivity is having a
                  profound effect on our daily lives. One of the
                  rapidly proliferating usages among consumers is
                  the creation and consumption of high-quality video
                  content. The mobile computer is challenged to
                  provide superior visual experience to keep pace
                  with the consumer electronics devices, and at the
                  same time, offer prolonged battery life to allow
                  truly un-tethered mobile usage. Currently, the
                  display subsystem of a typical notebook consumes
                  as much as half of the overall system average
                  power. Laptop displays also exhibit blurred video
                  playback, due to the âsample and holdâ driving
                  architecture of the LCD and slow response times of
                  the liquid crystals. Intel has developed a suite
                  of advanced video processing algorithms and
                  system-level display power-quality optimization
                  technologies. Integrated in the graphics
                  controller chipsets, these technologies result in
                  superior video quality and reduced display power
                  consumption for longer battery life, thereby
                  significantly enhancing the visual experience for
                  the users of the next-generation mobile computers.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/386.html}
    }
    

Posted by Douglas Densmore on 17 Feb 2008.
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