American based company Prysm has unveiled its next-generation LPD tile. The new LPD tile delivers a new enhanced mode which offers 427 x 320 per tile resolution, allowing videowalls to scale to 2x and 3x HD.
The concept behind the LPD display platform remains the same, with ultra violet, solid state lasers scanning the surface of the screen to excite the phosphor array and create the image. Ultra wide 178° degree viewing angles provide great visual experiences from anywhere in the surrounding space.
“We truly believe that this is a case of making the best even better. Thanks to breakthrough innovation, this next generation of LPD technology makes Prysm videowalls the most immersive and engaging display solutions ever for collaboration, communication and branding,” says Amit Jain, Prysm president and CEO.
Prysm LPD videowalls can scale to sizes over 100 feet wide while maintaining image uniformity over the entire display area. Multiple users can interact simultaneously with Prysm’s videowalls through touch, motion sensing and their mobile devices.
Since its initial release two years ago, LPD videowalls have been adopted by leading brands across the world in technology, retail, financial services, and media as well as by major governments and universities. This includes Sweden’s Wallenberg Auditorium, IAC’s HQ in New York, Dubai TV’s prestigious News and Sport Studio, GE’s Customer Experience Center in Canada and Burberry, where an LPD videowall greets shoppers in the flagship Regent Street store, creating a captivating backdrop and an engaging retail experience.
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