What is ULED? ULED stands for Ultra Light-Emitting Diode, which is essentially a really nice technology for your living room television. As you begin a visualization solution buyer's journey, read this piece and discover the difference between that and commercial grade LED displays.
Airports are serving as a cultural arts centers for busy travelers who may not have time to take in a city's museums, galleries, or parks. Immersive LED displays have become the leading tool to that end.
If you are a decision-maker within your organization, the boardroom is likely one of the primary places where you make the case for your decisions. Shouldn’t you want to make that case as sexy and sophisticated as possible? An LED display in your boardroom will help you do that more effectively.
In attempting to digitally recreate real life on a screen, one of the most important metrics to consider is contrast ratio, which the National American Standards Institute lays out as “the absolute difference in luminance between the peak white and black levels” of a display.
LED, LCD, ULED, OLED, HDR, DLP, AV. This alphabet soup can get confusing if you aren’t immersed in the terminology on a day to day basis and one of the most common mix ups occurs with the phrases LED and OLED. Let’s clear up some of this confusion by asking and answering some questions about these evolving display types.
The prospect of purchasing commercial digital display solutions is daunting, in no small part due to the complexity of ever-changing industry jargon. With this guide tackle these words with concrete definitions so consumers can confidently counter sales speak with specificity.
Do you want to learn the basics of pixel pitch and resolution and why they matter, but not sure where to start? Download our white paper and get advanced information shared in a simple yet concise way.
LED displays as a service enable customers to work around hurdles that often derail visualization projects. An affordable and predictable monthly payment replaces an upfront capital expense, experts integrate management software and remain on call to provide support and training, and upgrades in hardware over time ensure the technology won’t grow obsolete. By the end of this paper, readers will have a strong understanding of how our VAAS solution works in practice, why consumers are right to increasingly demand such a service option, and why manufacturers are bullish on its viability in the digital display industry.
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