If one wants to know how long a picture is presented after its activation one has to measure the time course of this phosphor decay. This was done here by a photodiode and an oscilloscope for the monitor Iiyama HM204DT.
For each brightness, the colors red, green, blue, and white were measured, and for each color three different pictures: One single horizontal line on a black background, 10 successional horizontal lines on a black background, and finally the whole screen. Most measurements have been repeated for five times, a few were performed only once.
Each measurement is stored in one single file. The files are archived and can be downloaded here:
The filenames share the following pattern:
BrightnessColorNumberOfLines_Trial.txt, or more precisely:
Br[0 | 50 | 100][Red | Green | Blue | White][[1 | 10]Line[s] | Fullscreen]_[1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5].txt
The data is the unprocessed output of the oscilloscope.
Tobias Elze, 2005.