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ClearMR, the new and most up-to-date alternative to MPRT

There was a time, not so long ago, when the only certification we required from screens was that they didn’t leave us fried by radiation. Fortunately, over the years regulations and metrics were established measure and document with greater precision everything related to the operation and performance of the screens, which allows us to have a much clearer idea of ​​​​what exactly they offer us in the face of the purchase decision.

Some certifications, however They get a little outdated over time and technology development. In some cases, when possible, they are updated to the new context, but in other cases, there are so many differences that it ultimately makes more sense to choose a new standard that will eventually replace the previous one. And this time we find ourselves in the second case.

The MPRT metric has been used for several years (Motion Picture Response Time) to assess screen motion blur. This system measures the monitor’s refresh rate and motion blur, but does not take into account some of the newer technologies used today to reduce or eliminate it to make the image sharper.

This is the reason VESA decided to develop a new ClearMR certification, adapted to current technologies and which sets seven different levels of sharpness depending on the light pixels with respect to those that are blurred. They are the following:

In this table sharpness levels are displayed from lowest to highest. For example, the ClearMR3000 standard, which is the lowest of the bunch, tells us that there are 2,500% to 3,500% more bright pixels than blurry pixels. And the same, as you might have guessed, with the rest of the levels, in the ranges listed in the column on the right, until ClearMR9000 is reached, which guarantees us that the sharp pixels will be higher than 8500% given that they are washed out.

Since we are talking about the first version of the new certification, we must remember that it has certain limitations, among which it stands out that it is not compatible with HDR. However, this is a matter under consideration for a future revision of the standard. On the other hand, and to his credit manufacturers such as LG and Samsung have already confirmed ClearMR supportso we can count on them to offer this information on their screens in the future.

Source: Muy Computer



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