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Microsoft has just patented a new technology that could change the way we experience gaming on modern LED/LCD displays. Pixel Luminesce for Digital Display involves an EM gate driver that can control the brightness of individual pixels, adding pixel-dimming functionality typically found in OLEDs to traditional LED monitors.

This innovative process works by using a luminance controller that sends a pulse-width modulated signal to a row of pixels, allowing parts of the screen to be brighter while others are dimmer. This not only enhances color accuracy but also works in conjunction with VRR technology for variable refresh rates.

The benefits of this technology extend beyond just gaming, as it also improves power efficiency, making it suitable for laptops and mobile devices running on Windows. For PC gaming, it aims to enhance dynamic contrast in images, bringing LED displays closer to the immersion offered by OLED displays.

Although the specifics of how this technology will be implemented into displays and Windows are still unclear, the patent indicates that Pixel Luminesce for Digital Display is compatible with a range of display technologies including OLED, QLED, micro-LED, and LCD. As patents can be complex and difficult to interpret, it is hoped that Microsoft will provide more information on this innovative display technology in the near future.

Microsoft’s latest patent has the potential to revolutionize gaming on modern LED/LCD displays by adding pixel-dimming functionality typically found in OLEDs to traditional LED monitors. This technological advancement is expected to bring improved power efficiency and dynamic contrast in images closer to that offered by OLED displays.

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