As an LED display manufacturer, NanoLumens is focused on emissive display technologies, or those that create and emit direct light of their own without any sort of filter. LED displays are an example of such a display technology, hence the “E” in the acronym, which stands for Emitting. LED technology is not the only emissive display technology however, so we'd like to use this space to expand upon the other styles of emissive displays out there so customers can gain a stronger understanding of which options will best suit their needs.
High Dynamic Range (HDR), from content creation to display delivery, is the critical step towards realistic lifelike images to the viewer’s eye. But what exactly is HDR and how does it work on emissive screens? What follows will be my attempt to answer those questions.
There are two ways to measure the space between pixels and each tell their own story. The first is pixel pitch, a common specification listed early in the description of any digital display product. The second is fill ratio, the less common of the two metrics and one that only you’ll find listed much lower on any given spec sheet.
We would like to once again explore another slightly technical subject that readers would do well to understand: bit depth. While most people involved in the digital display industry have at least a cursory understanding of the effects of bit depth, many may not fully grasp how it works.
Light emitting diodes do exactly what their name implies; they emit light. But how? And why? If you’re interested in diving into the world of LED, answering these questions is a natural starting place. So let’s geek out for a bit by exploring the process of electroluminescence! (Don’t worry, we won’t get too technical.)
The most effective way to get an audience to care about a story is to make them feel like they are a part of it. As younger, more digitally fluent generations age into the population, forward-thinking corporations have integrated digital display solutions into their spaces to connect with clients, employees, and guests who expect to see screens everywhere they go. These companies are not just installing run-of-the-mill displays though. They are creating entire environments enveloped by displays, effectively immersing viewers into a digital landscape.
Having a curved display doesn't mean your content is optimized to be curved! Use the shape of your display to your advantage! Get tips and best practices here for content that fits perfectly on any display shape.
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.
To have color consistency throughout an LED display, color calibration is a must! Because all LEDs have different color ranges, calibration is able to find the common value of brightness and intensity throughout the LEDs.
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