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Poledra

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My mum was watching (or rather, sleeping in front of) the news on Channel U when the picture just went off and the reporter was still talking... I think it's still happening. Happened around 10.30pm.

Did this happen to any of you guys?

(watching news and surfing CS at the same time) :D
 

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Wow.. I must be color blind, mine is totally black with nothing on except a humming sound.
 

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Okay.. At least I know my 10+ years TV isn't conking out on me... :)

espn... Yours has a humming sound? Hmmm.... :think: And where are those pictures, huh? :angry:

Q: What do you think happened at the Channel U studio?
 

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someone tripped over some wires... happens all the time ;p
 

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Poledra said:
My mum was watching (or rather, sleeping in front of) the news on Channel U when the picture just went off and the reporter was still talking... I think it's still happening. Happened around 10.30pm.

Did this happen to any of you guys?

(watching news and surfing CS at the same time) :D
Does your TV has a sleep mode?

Meaning if it senses you not looking at it, after a few minutes it powers down to save energy?
 

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Does your TV has a sleep mode?

Meaning if it senses you not looking at it, after a few minutes it powers down to save energy?
wah seriously? :bigeyes: have no idea tv technology is so high tech.. how does it do that?
 

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the cameraman forgot to remove the len cover... :D
 

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wah seriously? :bigeyes: have no idea tv technology is so high tech.. how does it do that?
With sensor cells on the screen monitoring the pupils of your eyes.

It's a energy saving feature invented during the war because of preceived impending world shortage of energy.
 

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wah... how does the tv know where is the pupil of the eye? how does it recognise what is the pupil? how big is the area of coverage of the sensor?

I find it quite amazing.. any links to adverts which have this type of tv?
 

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wah... how does the tv know where is the pupil of the eye? how does it recognise what is the pupil? how big is the area of coverage of the sensor?

I find it quite amazing.. any links to adverts which have this type of tv?
Yes. I think it's www.sleepTV.com.sg or visit Takashimaya's home entertainment department and ask the people there about Sleep TV.

Maybe you can post us your feedbacks about this product?

Thank you!
 

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