John C. Platt
Displays with repeating patterns of colored sub-pixels gain spatial resolution by setting individual sub-pixels rather than by setting entire pixels. This paper describes optimal filtering that produces sub-pixel values from a high-resolution input image. The optimal filtering is based on an error metric inspired by psychophysical experiments. Minimizing the error metric yields a linear system of equations, which can be expressed as a set of filters. These filters provide the same quality of font display as standard anti-aliasing at a point size 25% smaller. This optimization forms the filter design framework for Microsoft's ClearType.
|Published in||IEEE Signal Processing Letters|
|Publisher||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.|
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John C. Platt, Bert Keely, Bill Hill, Bodin Dresevic, Claude Betrisey, Don P. Mitchell, Greg Hitchcock, James F. Blinn, and Turner Whitted. Displaced Filtering for Patterned Displays, May 2000.