During the 80s, it was common use to build computers in a way that they can output their picture on a TV set. This was done in order to reduce the overall system cost for the user. TV sets work with lower frequencies compared to today’s monitors, therefore the picture flickers. A flickerfixer (aka de-interlacer) converts the signal in a way that a modern VGA monitor or TFT-display can be used. The name flickerfixer was mainly created because the problem of a flickering picture is solved. Individual Computers already had a very successful product called Indivision in 2002. It was connected to the monitor output of the computer, but it has been sold out since 2006. Indivision AGA‘s most notable features are:
- 24 Bit colour resolution in all screenmodes.
- support for super hires modes.
- Highgfx support up to 1024×768 pixels.
- all screenmodes can be displayed at 60 Hz or more.
- no adjustments necessary.