I saw some of these high-frequency LCD TVs at CES, and while Panasonic’s weren’t at the time the most impressive ones I saw (some smaller company had a better picture), the technology actually does work. It takes your source video and processes it in real time, adding intermediate frames where it thinks there is jutter, jerky movement, that sort of thing. The first generation is bound to be a little rough, but the process is promising.
Do yourself a favor and check some post-processing TVs like these next time you’re at Best Buy or whatever and you can make your own judgment.
Panasonic hits 100Hz [T3]