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Nice idea. It's been a topic on many sites, especially when it comes to gaming. Not so much when...

Nice idea. It's been a topic on many sites, especially when it comes to gaming. Not so much when watching movies but again if someone is a cable news nut. One thing. I don't understand how we will interpret the graphs as it concerns to"image retention". The graphs look more like a brightness stability/longevity test than images that remain. How do we understand the relationship of the graphs to image retention? Thanks.
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    Burn-in on OLEDs unlike Plasma or CRT TVs is not caused by retention or stuck pixels, but instead due to cumulative degradation of the material through usage. This means that over time, OLED TVs will lose brightness across the whole screen progressively. Burn-in is simply a high contrast region of the screen where there was more usage than the surrounding area creating a visible shape. To see the burning-in of the shapes, we'll be taking pictures periodically and will post them on the article.
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