- Dragon Fest McDonald’s Bag
- Pocket Monsters Background Music Episode 5
- McDonald’s Happy Meal Pokémon Toy 2014 Picture
- McDonald’s Happy Meal Pokémon Toys 2014
- The Problem with RBGW Displays
- Habanero Ranch Sauce
- High Resolution Laptops
- Pocket Monsters Background Music Episode 4
- Pocket Monsters Background Music Episode 3
- McDonald’s Jalapeño Kicker Sandwiches
The following is a list of background music used in episode 5 of the Japanese Pocket Monsters show in chronological order:
There weren’t any Pokémon Happy Meal toys last year in the US, but it looks like they will be returning to McDonald’s restaurants on May 23 through June 12: www.happymeal.com
According to http://www.nouvoyance.com/technology.html, the pixels in an RGBW display look like this:
In the following image, the left half contains alternating black and white pixels and the right half is is the same except the black and white pixels are swapped. On a standard RGB display, the two halves look the same. However, on RGBW (assuming no DPI scaling or zooming is being used), the two halves are completely different colors and they also change if you move the image around.
This is a problem because a pixel in RGBW cannot display as much information as a standard RGB pixel.
Here is a list of laptops with the highest pixel densities I could find ordered by screen size.
|Size||Resolution||Pixels Per Inch||Examples|
|11.6″||2560 X 1440||253||Dell XPS 11|
|13.3″||3200 X 1800||276||Clevo W230SS, Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro, Samsung ATIV Book 9 Plus|
|13.9″||3200 X 1800||264||Aorus X3 Plus|
|14″||3200 X 1800||262||Fujitsu LIFEBOOK U904, Fujitsu LIFEBOOK UH90/L, HP ENVY TouchSmart 14, Razer Blade|
|15.6″||3840 X 2160||282||Asus GX500, Asus NX500, Lenovo Y50 UHD, Toshiba Satellite P50t, Toshiba Tecra W50|