Thomas Engelhardt, Thorsten-Walther Schmidt, Jan Kautz and Carsten Dachsbacher Low-Cost Subpixel Rendering for Diverse Displays Computer Graphics Forum 33
Subpixel rendering increases the apparent display resolution by taking into account the subpixel structure of a given display. In essence, each subpixel is addressed individually, allowing the underlying signal to be sampled more densely. Unfortunately, naïve subpixel sampling introduces colour aliasing, as each subpixel only displays a specific colour (usually R, G, and B subpixels are used). As previous work has shown, chromatic aliasing can be reduced significantly by taking the sensitivity of the human visual system into account. In this work, wefind optimal filters for subpixel rendering for a diverse set of 1D and 2D subpixel layout patterns.
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