Abstract

The hypothesis that artefacts related to chromatic aberration from eyeglasses may be more objectionable in laser projectors compared to conventional digital projectors was investigated. Untrained observers viewed movie clips in a theater and made image quality ratings. The same four clips were presented on both a standard Xenon display and a prototype laser projector in separate blocks. There was no evidence that observers noticed color break-up artefacts using either mode of presentation.

© 2012 IEEE

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