mCable's Contextual Anti-Aliasing takes AA for Gaming to a Whole New Level

mCable's Contextual Anti-Aliasing takes AA for Gaming to a Whole New Level

Apr 16th 2018

Not all AA (anti-aliasing) is created equal. Most techniques cause a blurring effect in graphics, especially on the sharp edges and small textures found in gaming content. mCable doesn’t suffer from this blurring problem. It has a proprietary CxAA algorithm created specifically to enhance and repair video game graphics. mCable analyzes the placement of every single pixel in context to the entire image, and then adapts the pixel to the appropriate edge and texture within that image. This creates a natural smoothness with high-resolution details, giving you an unbelievably realistic gaming experience.

Goodbye unwanted jaggies and shimmers.

The images on your TV, VR or monitor are made of tiny squares called pixels. But real-life objects have rounded edges. This conflict causes images to shimmer or appear “jaggy,” a stair-step looking edge from square pixels trying to create a curve. This is especially problematic in gaming. mCable analyzes every single pixel in real-time and fills in the missing data between the straight square edges on a curve. The result? An incredibly realistic image with smooth edges that takes your gaming experience to a whole new level.