Have my DK2 now for over 1 week and really enjoying it. For the most part all expected situations are running optimally. There is however one thing I have noticed that is really bothering me and I'm not sure if I am alone in this regard or what. Basically, I am seeing ghosting on my DK2. It occurs screenwide and in all demo's, but the conditions of which it is visible are different from situation to situation.
The best way to see the ghosting is to use Virtual Desktop, go to http://www.google.com
, and with the giant Google logo in the middle of the white page, rotate your head around in a circular motion. Watch the logo and how it seems to have a ghost image almost like a Powerpoint transition effect, spinning around the logo opposite from your head.
Anyone else finding this?Update: Ugh now I feel dumb. Apparently this was from a lack of low persistence. It doesn't look like the typical full persistence motion blur, this looks like a sharp ghost image following the images in Virtual Desktop. Very odd. Somehow I enabled low persistence with Virtual Desktop by toggling off the "High Quality Distortion" and now that I have LP, I don't get the ghosting anymore. So strange.
It has nothing to do with Low Persistence. It is caused by the OLED panels. Low Persistence actually makes the ghosting more visible because instead of motion blur you get a sharp ghost image.