Each pixel of the liquid crystal display is composed of a red sub-pixel (R), green sub-pixel (G), a blue sub-pixel (B), a yellow sub-pixel (Ye), a cyan sub-pixel (C) and a magenta sub-pixel (M).
The pixel unit has a first pixel and a second pixel that is different from the first pixel.
Generally, the filter may have 8 taps to determine the sub-pel pixel values for sub-pel pixel positions, such as half-pel and quarter-pel positions.
A pixel object describes a displayable pixel.
A pixel includes a first sub-pixel and second sub-pixel having different luminance values.
A red pixel value for the magenta pixel is a function of the deep photodiode signal and an adjacent red pixel's red pixel signal.
Each of the pixels includes a red subpixel, a blue subpixel, a green subpixel and a reflective subpixel.
Herein a tone value is attributed to a pixel in the image, the pixel having a pixel value from a predefined number of pixel values.
The capacity value of the pixel capacitor (36) in the pixel (30G) is larger than the capacity value of the pixel capacitor (36) in the pixel (30R).
A predetermined pixel of the original image included in each block is determined as a representative pixel of that block and the pixel value of each representative pixel is determined as the pixel value of that block.
Then, the method comprises a filtering step (SAF) which consists in replacing at least a pixel to be filtered with a pixel belonging to a close neighborhood of said pixel, said close neighborhood comprising said pixel and pixels adjacent to said pixel.