Native resolution Testing
native resolution vs supported resolution
Resolution is defined as the number of pixels (i.e., individual points of color) used to create an image on a projecting image. It’s expressed as the number of pixels on the horizontal axis by the number on the vertical axis. The higher the resolution of a projector, the more pixels it depicts in images.
Something else to consider is a projector’s “supported resolution,” this is taken to refer to the highest signal resolution that a projector is built to process and display. When the resolution of the content doesn’t match the native resolution of a projector, “scaling” occurs. This is when the projector adjusts the picture to match the native resolution.
In aao lab, we build a projector with native resolution, and we tell our aao fans with native resolution.