|Clarity 1.0 for Windows CE|
Clarity 1.0 for Windows CE. An example of "color antialiasing"
(Microsoft has a similar technology named ClearTypeTM*,
mentioned in recent press regarding future Windows CE products). A detailed analysis
and review can be found here.|
Since a color LCD has individual red, green, and blue components
in each pixel of the display, by altering the luminance of
these components when rendering text, one can make the edges,
curves, and corners of text to appear much finer and less
jagged than before. This differs from "standard antialiasing"
which simply colors "in-between" parts of a jagged line with
An example is pictured below. Click for a larger view.
* ClearType is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.