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BenQ Senseye Technology?

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February 4, 2005 5:16:51 PM

I am looking at flat panels at the momment & wondered if anyone can throw any light on what "Senseye" technology from BenQ is? along with what it will do for me?

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February 4, 2005 5:40:41 PM

The quote below is from <A HREF="http://www.nwfusion.com/columnists/2005/011705cooltools..." target="_new">this</A> online article:
"All widescreen models include BenQ's Senseye enhancement technology, which automatically improves image quality by adjusting brightness and darkness levels, performing color-mapping and reducing the jagged edges on images, BenQ says. Pre-set modes lets users choose a setting based on the content they're watching (such as a movie or a sporting event, or playing a video game). The 32- and 37-inch models in both lines also feature SRS TruSurround XT support."

Seems like its reserved for larger format BenQs. What it may buy you is subtely better picture quality. I'm pretty certian that the algorithm make small changes in brightness and contrast so the mod appears natural. Have to experience it to really know.

The quote below is from <A HREF="http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000323026365/" target="_new">this</A> online article:
"This year BenQ’s been really pimping their new “Senseye” imaging technology, which is featured in their higher end displays and promotes better viewing by automatically light metering to adjust darkness and contrast levels, among other things.
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Finally look <A HREF="http://www.dreamstation.cc/news/video_games/id5723" target="_new">here</A> for more about this:
"The FP785 features BenQ’s proprietary “Senseye” digital-enhancement technology that automatically and dynamically improves image quality, adjusts brightness and darkness levels, performs color-mapping procedures, and reduces jagged edges on images. Senseye also adjusts contrast, color and sharpness settings, which significantly enhances the display of pictures and graphics-intensive applications such as gaming, digital photos, entertainment and professional multimedia presentations."

I'll keep lookin for info that tells how well it works.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by palmerg on 02/04/05 02:49 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
February 10, 2005 5:35:41 AM

Many thanks for your info.
Was told by a UK dealer about a new site for senseye just put up from BenQ
www.benqsenseye.com
Still not seen a Senseye screen as yet. Has anyone seen the difference/evaluated? Mainly interested in a 17 or 19".
April 20, 2012 2:36:02 AM

I have 32" Benq 1080p, color quality is tight, but I consider dark scenes are way too dark for my taste. I been trying to adjust it but due to the limited amount of changes I can make you are kinda stuck with whatever the screen wants to dish out to you: dark, light, somewhere in between.
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